“Maybe”, Sara emailed me, “if the weather’s nice I’ll set up my paints and work at the Open House.” It wouldn’t be a demonstration, just Sara painting and talking to people as they watched or had questions.
I hope the weather’s nice and Sara sets up her paints. I know Sara is shy and usually only talks to other artists about her work, but it would be so lovely to have her at the Open House doing her work.
I know that most people love to talk to the artists, and I always love having them around. I tell them they can spend as much or little time at the Open House as they want.
Carol Conklin shows up for most of the weekend and it’s always a pleasure for everyone for her to be there. But some of the artists are shy or have other commitments. And I understand that too.
That’s why the idea of having Sara come to the Open House is so special. I feel like it means she’s become more comfortable showing her work and being here.
This year Sara will have some original oil paintings, watercolors, prints and her 2019 Calendar, Light and Shadow.
I’ve had Sara’s calendar in my studio for the past two years and I love how they enhance my creative environment with her imagery and colors.
Sara’s Calendar’s are $15 each + shipping. If you aren’t coming to the Open House and are interested in one, you can email me here at [email protected].
You can see more of Sara’s work at Sara Kelly Graphics and Design.
For more information about the Bedlam Farm Open House click here.