Sandy has not decided what she wants to be when she grows up, so she does what interests her. She builds websites, plays music; writes songs, poems, novels, and non-fiction; takes photographs; and, most recently, makes jewelry.
Her jewelry includes fine silver made from Precious Metal Clay, fused glass, glass enamel, beads, stones, leather, wood, and found and recycled objects. Like her mosaics and decorated furniture, her jewelry is eclectic.
Sandy loves to collaborate. It's no surprise that she collaborates with Calisse Brown, Metal Memories. Calisse ecouraged Sandy to learn to make jewelry from silver Precious Metal Clay (PMC) and to fuse dichroic glass into pendants and cabochons. From there, Sandy added glass enamel work. The two collaborated on glass enamel bears. Calisse cut copper for the the bears, at Sandy's request, and they both fused glass enamel on the bears. For a short time, Sandy had access to copper clay (similar to PMC, but harder to sinter) and made six pendants.
Rona's photos inspired Sandy Reay to write two poems, "The Old Iron Hinge," (which was published on CowboyPoetry.com, now defunct, and in Another Horse to Saddle, An Online Cowboy Poetry Book), and "My Dream."
Sandy asked BJ Suter to illustrate a child's poem about animals. BJ returned the poem with a 6th verse, a chorus, and a melody, but no illustrations. They cowrote two more songs, which can be found on Sandy's CD, "I Wanted to Fly." Their cowritten songs are "Free Fall," "State Line Cafe," and "Car Full of Collies."
Sandy and BJ also collaborated on a decorated chair.
Her paintings, while limited in number, have been used for a CD cover and website logo. Her photographs have been used on various websites and on CD artwork.
Her new CD, Bring 'Em Home, was released in Jan. 2020.