I revel in the feeling that washes over me when I look up into the night sky and see the stars in the infinity of space. I get the same feeling when I am sitting on a beach and watching the waves dance with the wind, or in the mountains watching eagles fly through the trees: an infinity of possibility. A Surrendering. I feel like that is art at its core. When I paint, I try to surrender and let the paint do what it wants to do while guiding it where I feel it should go. My current focuses are on Acrylic, Colored Pencil, and the ever chaotic Watercolors. They are like painting with an undercurrent; you can’t control it, you just have to ride along with it. This makes every painting I do with them an adventure.
My intention is that my artwork evokes an emotional response from the viewer. One that reminds them of some fond memory of a vacation they took, or the sense of wonder they felt the first time they picked up a comic book and saw a superhero that they identified with, their first Dungeon and Dragon’s campaign, or a re-connection with a sense of nostalgia.
I try to blend traditional techniques, modern pop culture themes, and new experiments into a composition that will evoke the same sense of wonder and endless possibility that I experience when I look into the night sky.
Sarah is originally from Littleton, Colorado. She spent her formative years in the Rocky Mountains, and her teenage years and early 20’s traveling around the country attending concerts, markets, art shows and festivals. In 2002 she and her family moved to Alabama.
in 2005 Sarah began to pursue her passion with her Art and began working towards an Associates Degree in Studio Art at a community college, and she enrolled with The Art Institute for a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design in 2009. After graduation, she moved to the beautiful and art filled city of Huntsville, Alabama where she had a working studio, gallery and shop in the old historic Lowe Mill Arts and Entertainment building, the largest privately owned arts facility in the United States.
Currently, Sarah works from a home studio where she continues to create art, runs D&D campains on Twitch, and is collaborating on some exciting projects!
You can support Sarah’s art by purchasing pieces through the shop here, or by joining her on Patreon! (https://www.patreon.com/MythicMermaidArts)
Check out a 2017 interview with Sarah by the Southern Fried Geek Girls here:
“Colorful, well crafted art, professional and prompt service. This artist creates wonderfully creative pieces at reasonable prices! I have purchased items from a hand beaded leather bag to a punisher ornament for the holidays. I can not recommend her art enough!”
“Sarah is an extraordinary person and a damn fine artist.”
“Wonderful communication and shipped the print out right away. My Fiancé loves his Fathers day gift! Amazing work and can’t wait to add more ❤️”
“Sarah is a very talented artist and even better people. Everyone should visit her studio and visit her at conventions!”
“Wonderfully professional artist with a great range of work – from fan art, to mermaids (of course), to masterful original paintings.”
“This artist‘s work is one of a kind and I can clearly spot it in a lineup. I own several originals and I’m very proud to share this glimpse into a most magical world!”
Huge Shoutout to all my patrons over on Patreon! You all help keep me creating! Mucha love!
-The End ……….NOT!
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