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Sandra Webberking’s “Pelican” at the AC Waterfront Sculpture Walk at Harrah’s Atlantic City.
(Photo by Michael Ein)

The Press of Atlantic City, Nov 2013
Art inspires transformation of Atlantic City landscape

 

‘Pelican,’ by Sandra Webberking, is the only sculpture in the AC Waterfront Sculpture Walk at Harrah’s Atlantic City……

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Plan Philly, Nov 2013
New Salvaged Metal Sculpture on Powelton and 40th

 

We seek to engage local artists on many future community improvement projects,” Musselman said. “There is so much energy right now around Lancaster Avenue. We see that commercial corridor as a hub for creative place-making…
“New Salvaged Metal Sculpture on Powelton and 40th”>
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Delaware County News Network, Springfield Press, Sept 2012
“Local artists Featured at Festival”


Newsworks,Feb 2011
“Steel Menagerie”

 

At this year’s Pennsylvania Farm Show, Gov. Tom Corbett alongside Eckinger, unveiled a sculpture as part of the “Pennsylvania Wine Stories” campaign…

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News Of Delaware County, Dec 2011
Familiar Face: Sandra Webberking

 

She fell in love with metal. She started using recycled pieces of metal, recreating pieces from the discarded blades of farm equipment. In 1998, she had her first show. She lived at home, buying equipment and a car, and now lives in Springfield where she has a studio filled with large pieces of metal which she welds into butterflies, large birds and ornamental sculpture for the garden and smaller pieces which can be hung on the Christmas tree…

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Delaware County News Network, May 2010
Artist Turns Childhood Fun Into A Career

 

Sandra Webberking grew up in Glen Mills and, like many kids, loved to play outside. She loved to explore the woods, watch the birds and butterflies, study the trees and plant flowers.Today at 36 she’s still playing with nature in her Springfield backyard, but it’s all in metal…

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East Fall Eco Art Installation
Eco Artist's Installing Fish-Themed Work In East Falls

 

The East Falls Development Corporation put out a call to select artists requesting proposals for fish-themed eco-art to be installed in the East Falls Riverfront Business District. The EFDC partnered with Manayunk development Corporation and the Schuylkill Center for Environmental Education as part of the ‘Destination Schuylkill River’ initiative seeking to bring awareness of the Schuylkill River through public eco-themed art. Each location developed its own unique approach to the initiative…

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Handmade In PA, Aug 2009
Amazing PA Artists At Mt Gretna

 

Sandra Webberking’s sculptural art is always a hit at Mt. Gretna. Her delightful peacocks, butterflies, and dragonflies would beautify any garden…

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Coastal Point
Crafter Transforms Homes And Gardens Into Metal

 

With even a quick glance, it’s easy to appreciate the time and effort that go into her whimsical home and garden pieces. Upon closer examination, though, the media become more recognizable. Propane tanks, plow blades, garden tools and other farming equipment come together in an unlikely blend to create one-of-a-kind works designed for indoor or outdoor use. A naturalistic canvas, complete with recycled media, help her connect her work with her attempts to preserve the environment…

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Niche Magazine, July 2009
Outdoor Furnishings

 

Sandra Webberking of Sandra Webberking Originals in Springfield, Pa., has been a metal sculptor since she graduated from Moore College of Art & Design in 1997. “I found a kinship with the process of bending, heating, hammering and welding,” she says. It’s natural that the avid gardener gravitates to outdoor sculpture like her popular pair “Peter Peacock” and “Penelopy Peahen,” along with “Filamina the Flamingo.” Her line also includes lanterns, sculptures and candelabra…

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‘Time Off’ Princeton Press, Jul 3, 2009
“A Bird Is A Bird Is A Bird” by Megan Sulivan


Fishtown Star, June 2009
Art Is Just Around The Corner

 

It stands ten feet tall and is twelve feet wide. The lines and curves intertwine in an intricate pattern that eventually blossom into passion-flowers at the top. Its bronze color catches the light and reflects the earthy environment behind it…

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Suncycles, April 26, 2006
“Springfield Garden Inspires”


Art Matters Magazine, May 2004
“Fancy Free” by Wanda Walls


Delaware County Times, 2001
Springfield Artist Shows Her Metal

 

Springfield artist Sandra Webberking is happy when people smile at her metal sculptures. Of all her works, the recent Moore College of Art and Design graduate says her whimsical “garden bug” sculptures evoke the most interest.

“People see these larger-than-life butterflies and cockeyed bees flying through space and they have to laugh,” she said. “They get even more excited when they realize the bee’s first life was a bolt and the butterfly was a nail.”