Sarah studied in Massachusetts where she began to develop her talent as an artist. At this time, she began her studies in art history, architecture and visual arts. After school, she moved to San Francisco, where the west breathed life into her creative process. Abrupt landscapes, wide expanses and rich culture cast its spell. Sarah worked with several theater companies as principal set designer. These productions gave Sarah the opportunity to utilize her skills in sculpture, woodworking and painting.

In 2006, she and her husband moved to the Asheville area. It was at this time, she continued her artistic journey creating mixed media paintings. Her medium included acrylic, oil pastel and collage.

With this collection, Sarah worked as an illustrator, for Hallmark Greeting Cards, for over a decade. She was nominated for two prestigious Louie Awards, in connection, with the Greeting Card Association. Her original paintings are widely collected, by many, including former Governor of North Carolina, Bev Perdue. Recently, Sarah was asked to create a collection to honor the US visit of His Holiness the Dalai Lama XIV, to Emory University in Atlanta. The collection was inspired by the teachings of Cognitively-Based Compassion Meditation Training. Sarah’s original work is represented by a number of galleries in and around Asheville, NC. Sarah’s original work is represented by Marquee in the Asheville River Arts District and Woolworth Walk Gallery in downtown Asheville. Please visit: to see more of her work. Thank you.