Phil Sandusky

"A Brush with Disaster" by John Kemp was published in the Spring 2006 issue of Louisiana Cultural Vistas magazine, a publication of the Louisiana Endowment for the Humanities. This article discussed Sandusky’s career and approach to painting, but it's primary focus was on his paintings of Hurricane Katrina's devastation in New Orleans. 

Sandusky’s Katrina devastation paintings were also the focus of an article, “The Art of Post Katrina New Orleans” by Edith Zimmerman in the June 2006 issue of American Artist magazine.

Artists who are interested in Sandusky's techniques will find a Sandusky Painting Tutorial at Artist Daily. The web site is the replacement for American Artist Magazine's site.

Sandusky wrote two articles for American Artist Magazine: “Shedding a New Light on Temperature” in the September 1995 issue (Sandusky’s work was also featured in this issue) and “The Natural Way of Looking” published in 2 parts in the May and June 1999 issues. Both of these articles were republished in a special American Artist publication called Color, This contained the editor’s picks of the 25 best articles on the subject of color published in American Artist Magazine in the decade spanning 1990 to 2000.  Unfortunately archives don't appear to go back to the 1990s.



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