Sandra Blumberg: Early Work 1970’s


Sandra Blumberg : Early Work 1970’s


A former painter who achieved fame early in her career for her portraits of celebrities in the 1970’s. She was honored with a one-woman show of portraits at the celebrated Kenmore Gallery in Philadelphia in the 1970’s. After the Gallery opening, Ed Snider, chairman of Comcast Spectacor, a Philadelphia-based sports and entertainment company, commissioned Sandra to paint portraits of celebrities for the Ovations Club at the Spectrum including Mick Jagger, Elton John, Muhammed Ali, Billy Jean King, The Stanley Cup champion Flyers Hockey Team and others. 

Sandra has been working as an art consultant to high-profile businesses and private collectors since the 1980s. She has spent a lifetime seeking artists who represent the best and most exciting works of every genre from Italian masters to modern art, and several emerging artists whom she has discovered are now in leading museums around the world.

Sandra enjoys heading up projects and installations throughout the U.S. and abroad. She established the International Art Festival, Inc. as President, in Puerto Rico, arranging for consignment of works by famous artists in the two top hotels: the El San Juan and the El Conquistador.

 Sandra is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Culpepper LLC Art Advisors and Culpepper, Inc. To learn more about Sandra Blumberg’s art service, click here:


Sandra Blumberg. Early Work 1970’s.