Sandra M. Wexler

Sandra Wexler

Title: Artist, Medical Assistant
Location: Gaithersburg, Maryland, United States

Sandra M. Wexler, Artist and Medical Assistant, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Artists for dedication, achievements, and leadership in fine and visual arts.

Ms. Wexler is a retired medical assistant and visual artist with a portfolio spanning decades of painting and illustration. Her work is represented in the permanent collections of The Art Resource as well numerous corporate and private collectors and licensed for use in limited-edition greeting cards and prints, and she has been the subject of one-woman shows at Sainberg Gallery, Gallerie Elan, and others. Her passion for art began at an early age, and she considers her flair for visual communication to be almost “an inherited factor.” Beginning as a hobbyist, she soon found success submitting her work to agents and galleries, with inclusion in group shows at the College of Notre Dame, Gormley Gallery, and the American Institute of Architects. Ms. Wexler went on to attend the Fashion Institute of Technology, earning an Associate of Arts in 1965.

In 1996, Ms. Wexler became a Certified Medical Assistant, working briefly with Johns Hopkins Hospital before becoming a clinical coordinator for the clinics of Dr. Stanley Klatsky and Adam Basner. She spent the next two decades as a Certified Medical Assistant in private practice, retiring in 2021 from her positions with Preferred Audiology Services and Dr. Maria Lundquist. During the 1990s and early 2000s, Ms. Wexler became known for her medical and scientific illustrations in addition to her fine art pieces and volunteered with Baltimore’s Mount Sinai Hospital. Following her medical retirement, Ms. Wexler hopes to continue to focus on her work as a painter and attributes her success to her continued love for art and her willingness to listen to and nurture her creative calling. She is a former fellow of the Vermont Studio Colony and continues to exhibit work nationally.

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