An artist at heart, Sandy has always loved animals and nature and has been sketching and photographing both since she was a little girl growing up on Long Island. After pursuing a scientific career in the New York metro area, her love of all things wild led her to relocate to the Rocky Mountain West to be close to the area's wealth of wildlife. During her first visit to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem in 1994, she felt a special kinship to the region and was determined to make it her home. She now resides outside the East Entrance of Yellowstone National Park in Wapiti, Wyoming.
Since she left her corporate job, Sandy spends most of her days in the company of the wild horses and wildlife that call Wyoming home. Currently, most of her time is devoted to observing and documenting the wild horses of the McCullough Peaks Herd Management Area, a group of horses she considers like family. After spending more than twelve years with the McCullough Peaks horses, she has developed a deep love and respect for all wild horses, and is determined to use her voice to help protect these noble creatures.
1220 Sheridan Avenue Cody, WY 82414
The Wild at Heart Images Gallery is located within Rockstar Cowgirl and Friends in Cody, Wyoming, and features Sandy Sisti's award-winning photography. Along with metal, canvas and matted/framed prints of some of her best wild horse and wildlife images, you will also find unique gifts including art tiles, coffee mugs, books and t-shirts. Rockstar Cowgirl is located just a few doors down from the historic Irma Hotel and features the inspired jewelry design of Karen Schultz and Co., the original “Rockstar Cowgirl”, as well as, the Wild at Heart Images Gallery, and a collection of work from local artisans. Don’t forget to stop by when you’re in town!