My Happy Place


Forget Me Not


The Last Flight of The Bee











Catch of The Day


Remember You are Dust and to Dust You Shall Return.


Current Exhibitions

Sir Harold Hillier's Gardens,
∞ Sculptural Interventions, Hampshire , 24 Feb - 14  April 2024.

Coming Exhibitions

Cotswolds Sculpture Park 2024 Exhibition, Gloucestershire
1 Apr - 30th Sep 2024.

Delamore Arts 2024, Ivybridge, Devon 1 - 30 May 2024.

Creating Spaces 2024, The Garden of Miserden, Cotswolds  18 May - 18 August 2024.

News & Awards

19 - 22 Sep 2023, Chapel Arts Studios, Andover, Hampshire.

Past Exhibitions

170 Annual Open Exhibition, Royal West of England Academy, Bristol 9 Sep 2023 - 14 Jan 2024.

Winter Group Show, Linden Hall Studio, Deal.
2 Dec 23 - 27 Jan 2024.

Ensemble 02, Kroll, Paris, Dec 2023 -Feb 2024.

ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London.
Nov 16 -26 2023.

HOME, Downstairs at The Department Store, Brixton, London. Oct 20-29 2023.

Cockington Court, Sculpture Trail, Devon 30Jul - 30 Oct 2023.

Creating Spaces 2023 Miserden, Cotswolds, 1 Jun - 30 Jul 2023.

Delamore Arts 23, Cornwood, Ivybridge, Devon,
1 - 31 May 2023.

Anniversary 10 x 10, ArtCan, Hansard Studio, London,
16 - 28 May 2023.

Winter Group Show 2022/23, LINDEN HALL STUDIO,  Deal,
3rd Dec 22  -28th Jan 2023.

We The Human : A Quiet Blue Wall, ONCA GALLERY Brighton, 20th Dec 22 - 6th Jan 2023.

Breathing Out A Climate Change Exhibition, THE ARTCAN VIRTUAL GALLERY, 6th Nov 2022 - 6th Jan 2023.

Associates Winter Exhibition, PENWITH GALLERY , St Ives, Cornwall, 5th Nov - 7th Jan 2023.

Legacy Exhibition, THE CRYPT GALLERY, London,
6th - 11th September 2022.

Associates Summer Exhibition, PENWITH GALLERY, St Ives, Cornwall. 22nd Jul - 22nd Aug 2022.

Creating Spaces 2022: THE GARDEN AT MISERDEN, Cotswold. 2nd Jun - 31st Jul 2022. 

2021 Annual Open exhibition - ROYAL CAMBRIAN ACADEMY, Wales 17th Apr - 5th Jun 2021. 

168th Annual Open exhibition - ROYAL WEST OF ENGLAND ACADEMY, Bristol 17 Apr - 9th May 2021.

About the Artist

Sandra Camargo is a self-taught stone sculptor. She works with traditional hand-carving tools, rejecting mass-production and consumerism. Her work influenced by sculptors of the twentieth century, and particularly by the enduring legacy of the Modernist movement: abstractism and experimentation with form. The dialect of her work is of shape and form and light; how the light travels through stone or impacts the surface, and how the negative space modifies or becomes a part of the work.

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