Sandra Lerner Lyrical abstract painting

Rising Tide, 2017, 14.5” x 52.5”

Sandra Lerner’s paintings originate in music.  Trained as a concert pianist, she employs variations of colors and shapes that recall the transposition of musical chords and repetitions.   In addition to music, her painting combine Eastern tradition influences and postwar American art and Abstract Expressionism, creating a unique composition of spatial scope of lyrical expressionism.


Miyajima, 2017, 21.5” x 80”


Flux Space XI, 2015, 12” x 24”


Flux Space VIII, 2015, 25” x 46”


After the Rain, 2017, 21.5” x 80”


Flux Space II, 2015, 60” x 71.5”


Flux Space V, 2015, 29” x 66”


Flux Space I, Diptych, 2015, 34” x 134”


Red Sky, 2017, 18” x 57”


The Unfolding, 2017, 21.5” x 80”


Flux Space III, 2015, 60” x 70”




Sandra Lerner lives and works in New York City and Sherman, Connecticut. She has participated in many one-person and group exhibitions throughout the United States and Japan. Her work is in numerous public and private collections including the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, Connecticut; Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY; Jane Voorhees Zimmerly Art Museum, Rutgers, NJ; Kampo Museum, Kyoto, Japan; World Study Museum, Fukuoka, Japan; Price Waterhouse and 3M Corporation. She has created the sets for performances, such as “Land”, by Eiko and Koma, the acclaimed Japanese avant garden modern dancers and choreographers. She is represented by June Kelly Gallery in New York City and Ober Gallery in Kent, Connecticut.

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