Sandra Wasko-Flood is an author, poet, artist and nationally recognized labyrinth educator. Her book, The Labyrinth Path to Light and Peace, is an aesthetic compendium of art and poetry. She has worked tirelessly to fashion every detail of her art and interactive labyrinths, and her pieces invite one and all to enter a meditative and peaceful realm.
Sandra founded Living Labyrinths for Peace in 2005 during a visionary experience in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico, which led to her fascination with, and exploration of, labyrinths. She is a nationally recognized labyrinth educator and artist and was a founder of the International Labyrinth Society in 1998. Sandra also co-directed its millennial project, Labyrinths for Peace 2000 (LL4P), which was held on the East Lawn of the U.S. Capitol.
After receiving a continuing grant from Washington Performing Arts, LL4P has conducted over 30 educational programs in the Washington, D.C. and Baltimore metropolitan areas. LL4P also conducts New Mexico school programs. For more information, please visit www.livinglabyrinthsforpeace.org.