Sarah likes to capture the essence of a subject more then a literal interpretation. Her work is more expressive and reactive then realistic. Her style changed dramatically due to an eye disease that caused double vision. Having had eleven eye operations, she often painted when recuperating, unable to do much else. She started painting “close-up” views of plants around her garden, and changed her painting style to adapt to her changing vision. Some of her best work was done when she couldn’t see well! This past year, Sarah has focused on intensive intuitive drawing sessions (at least 3 hours daily) in preparation for an exhibition at Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery in Spring of 2017. With these drawings, she explores her environment as if shes observing it all from a dream, from her subconscious.
Sarah is a Core Member of Fountain Street Fine Art Gallery , She is currently teaching older children and teens at Hopkinton Center For the Arts, and Art in Nature to adults at Massachusetts Audubon's Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
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