Sandra Higgins is the Arts Curator for The Drawing Rooms, bringing a selection of work by established and emerging artists regularly to our walls, all of which are available to purchase. 

TDR and Sandra have also teamed up to bring you a fantastic arts program, with ‘Sandra’s Salons’ events bimonthly, an Artist Membership package, and an exclusive 10% discount for members on any artwork purchases.

‘Sandra’s Salons’ hosts talks by exhibiting artists, as well as poets, curators and authors, with film nights and a regular guide to collecting art. In the well-known tradition of private salons, audience participation and lively discussion are encouraged, with themed fancy dress challenges every few months as a fun way to fuel the sense of comradery.

A salon is a gathering of people held by an inspiring host. During the gathering they amuse one another and increase their knowledge through conversation. (…) Salons were an important place for the exchange of ideas.” from Wikipedia 

You may view the artwork on show at TDR by request to meet with Sandra here

See ‘Sandra’s Salons’ events and register to attend at our box office here

Find out more about the Artist’s TDR Membership package here

About Sandra

Sandra Higgins is an established Independent Art Advisor and Curator based in Bath and London. 

Sandra works alongside her clients to curate an art collection personalised to suit their taste, sourcing work from the established and emerging artists she represents, and drawing on over 25 years of artist collaborations. Whether for your home, office or other commercial project, Sandra Higgins’s approach is truly tailored and unique to you. 

Formerly owner and Curator of Sandra Higgins Arts gallery in Mayfair, London, Sandra also established a series of private Art Salons in her home in Chelsea showing British and international artists.

Sandra has curated several major exhibitions, including ‘In The Rings With Ali’ at Forman’s Fish Island, London, during the Olympic and Paralypic Games in 2012, ‘The New Face of Colombia’ coinciding with the state visit of President Juan Santos at the Bermodsey Project Space in 2016, and most recently has curated ‘Shades of Green’ inspired by the lockdowns and their effect on her relationship with the Somerset landscape surrounding her home in Englishcombe, near Bath.

Selected curatorial projects include Blacks Club Soho, Mark Powell’s Photographic Gallery in Soho, the Piper Gallery and the Colombian Consulate, all in London, and internationally; for the Museo de Arte Contemporáneo de Bogotá, Colombia, and The Letitia Gallery, Beirut, Lebanon. Notably, Sandra was the first Administrator and Curator for the Delfina Studio Trust, London.

Sandra’s expertise includes a BA in Fine Art and a MA in Art History. As a practicing artist/printmaker and tutor in the US, Sandra specialised in contemporary abstract painters and sculptors, which she first exhibited in her Mayfair gallery in the early 1990’s. Sandra has developed an interest and expertise in Latin American Art with a focus on Colombia, she visits the country regularly and creates exchanges between artists and galleries.

Sandra is also involved in charitable work: as a guide for the Tate Gallery; former Vice-Chairman of the Chelsea Arts Club where she organised educational talks by outstanding individuals in the arts, Sandra is a founding member of the Association of Women Art Dealers in London, is a member of Women In Arts, and a trustee for the James McNeill Whistler Society.

Visit Sandra Higgins’ online gallery and website to find out more : 

Contact Sandra for artwork enquiries: 

07721 741 107