As written about Tundra Swans: Not content to model the magnificent tundra swan floating placidly or with its wings tucked in, Sherry Sander worked to incorporate the swans’ tremendously powerful wings into her final sculptural composition. She stated, “The extended neck of the male swan was critical in achieving a visual balance between the actual volume of the birds and the expanse of their wings. I wanted the swans to appear graceful as well as regal”.
- Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Birds in Art National Tour 1990-1991; Japanese Tour 1991-1992
- Hubbard Museum, German and Russian Exhibitions 1990