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People’s Gallery

Two of Sarah’s collage works have just been accepted in the People’s Gallery 2016 Exhibition. Look for these on the walls of City Hall in 2016!

Both of these works were born fromΒ a collaboration with Nick Schnitzer – part of a series they created after a trip to India in 2014.

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Global Youth Peace Summit

This was our 4th year at the Global Youth Peace Summit, but my first as a counselor.

I spent the week alongside some of our world’s most incredible and encouraging youth. Throughout the week we developed strong relationships and respect for each other and our respective cultures.

Big thanks to the Amala FoundationΒ for allowing us to be a part of something so powerful. I have so much love for this community!

Urban Roots’ Tour de Farm 2015

We have been teaming up with the folks at Urban Roots to evolve their brand and step up their even collateral. Misha illustrated a series of veggie icons that really helped amp up the color and tied everything together.

The event was beautiful. The food was ethereal. And the youth were empowered!!! It doesn’t get much better than that πŸ™‚






Design Build Adventure Site Launch

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Its been 5 years since I designed the Design Build Adventure website and it’s time for a little refresh. The original site has been showing its age for a while now and the responsive new site is well past due. Please enjoy the work of our dear friend Jack Sanders’ and his motley crew at the all new designbuildadventure.com.

Among the Wildflowers

Among the Wildflowers

 

Commissioned for Bob and Michaela Hachtel – this 6ft. piece was started in March of this year and began as a watercolor and ink wash. It slowly evolved into a mixed media piece. As I looked for clarity in foreground plants, I moved from detailed ink drawing toΒ collage then added pressed grasses and leaves.

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Community Painting with Camp Indigo Kids

 

Sarah volunteered with Amala Foundation at Camp Indigo this week. The goal was to create a community painting with 5-12yr. olds on a 48x60in canvas. The youngest group began at the bottom and the older kids finished up the top. They added as many flying creatures as possible, including a long-haired dragon and a flying pop-tart cat with a rainbow tail.