Sierra Sanchez is a multidisciplinary artist working in Providence, Rhode Island.

Hailing from the San Francisco Bay Area and Dallas, TX, Sierra has worked consistently on building, developing, and expanding her visual art and music for 10 years. Initially having an on-and-off relationship with drawing and filmmaking, Sierra finally discovered a deep love for painting at a small community college in Farmers Branch, TX. There, she established the foundations of her voice under painter Chong Chu, ceramicist Marla Ziegler, and painter Chancellor Page. In 2016, she transferred her community college credits to Rhode Island School of Design, earning a Bachelor of Fine Arts with honors as a painting major, May 2019.

Today, Sierra is a working artist represented by Skye Gallery in Providence, RI. She is the co-founder of Mean Waterbud Films, a filmmaking collaborative that specializes in creating original horror and sci-fi shorts with a DIY spirit. 

The Tip Jar

Making Art = Small Income

Part of being an artist is sacrificing stability to contribute to the human spirit, to culture as a whole. If you enjoy my work, please consider making a donation as an expression of love and support. Thank you! --Sierra