Sanford Drob’s original paintings address contemporary philosophical, theological and psychological questions.  These include the ethical and theological significance of the holocaust (Inhumanity triptych), the oppression of the feminine (Hypatia Of Alexandria), the problem of human mortality (A Midrash On Time), and the existential threat to humanity posed by the destruction of the environment and the possibility of simulated digital consciousness (Post-humanity Triptych). Other works include oil andgraphite figure studies,  copies of old master paintings, and studies for the artist's larger works.

In addition to his work as an artist, Sanford Drob is an author of books and essays on Jewish Mysticism, the psychology of C.G. Jung and other psychological themes (Books and Writings).  He is on the Clinical Psychology Faculty of Fielding Graduate University and practices forensic psychology in New York City (Bio).