Sandra Vega

Sandra Vega

Graduate Teaching Assistant


  • BFA, University of Texas of the Permian Basin, Odessa


Sandra Vega is a second-year graduate student in printmaking, teaching and assisting in Drawing I classes. Vega received the bachelor of fine arts degree from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin in Odessa. She has worked as a summer camp printing instructor, teaching design for screen printing and Adobe Creative Cloud to high school students. She assisted in the NEA-funded program Pots-n-Prints mobile studio (featured in the Washington Post), that traveled to rural areas in southwest and west Texas, teaching students silkscreen printing, etching and ceramics (throwing pots on a wheel and firing a kiln).


  • UA Studio Art Clubs Exhibition, The Sella-Granata Art Gallery, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (2019)
  • Fall Showcase of New and Returning Graduate Students, The Sella-Granata Art Gallery, Tuscaloosa, Ala. (2019)
  • Venganza De la Matris: La Mujer Fuerte, BFA Senior Solo Exhibition, The Black Hen Gallery, Midland, Texas (2018)
  • Artpocalypse 2018, Odessa Arts Council, Odessa, Texas (2018)
  • 6th Annual Hispanic Art Association of Odessa Exhibition Gala, Odessa, Texas (2017)
  • Big Spring Art Festival 2017, Big Spring Downtown Revitalization Association, Big Spring, Texas (2017)
  • Midland Art Association Exhibition, First place, Drawing, Midland College, Midland, Texas (2016)
  • Community Art Day, Ellen Noel Museum, Odessa, Texas
Three prints by Sandra Vega.
Sandra Vega (l.-r.) “Megalodon,” relief print, 22 x 30 inches;
“Forgiven: Tomorrow I’ll Do It Again,” lithography, 15 x 22 inches;
“Rooted,” lithography, 11 ½ x 15 inches