Exploring Inspiration

This mask my very first piece of wearable quilled art, and since today is Fat Tuesday, or Mardi Gras, I felt that it was fitting to bring this little bit of experimental art back out. About seven years ago, my family and I took a road trip out to South Carolina over Thanksgiving Break with…

New Art: I Got My Eye On You

Prior to completing Wild Horses, at the beginning of the year I had a strong urge to start another piece. At the time, I currently had two pieces already in process, Wild Horses and a quilled wolf, and I hesitated to start yet another but the voice and vision in my head was too strong…

Happy New Year!!

Okay, so this post is maybe a touch on the late side (10 days), but Happy New Year!!  I want to thank everyone for your support of Sabrina Ehlert Art, whether its following my Instagram or Facebook pages, following my website, coming out to painting events, or purchasing my work. You’re contributions and support are…

Year End Clearance

As we trudge our way through the last few days of November and head into December, the end of the year is fast approaching. This past year has been simply an amazing year full of creativity and art creation and as 2018 comes to a speedy close, it’s time for me to clear out my…

Gratitude

Next week we will be celebrating Thanksgiving, the time when people everywhere pause and take a moment to express gratitude for the people and things in their life all the while stuffing themselves full of turkey, mashed potatoes and all the trimmings. A part of me feels like writing a post about gratitude around this…

Lessons Learned

Last week, a commission I had been working on fell through. The client and I had been going back and forth for quite a while, and when it came to showing them the completed work, they were still not happy. Rather than continue going back and forth we decided to bring the project to an…

A Much Needed Break

Happy Monday Art Fans! I’m back in the studio today after a much needed week off. My husband and I spend a few days out in Seattle touring breweries and enjoying the Great Pumpkin Beer Festival. I love going out to the Pacific Northwest, it’s where I spent much of my early years and it’s…

Throwback Thursday: Old Photography Prints

Years ago, my main media for making art was photography. First it was analog 35mm film developed and printed in dark rooms, but as digital cameras became popular, better and more accessible, I dove right into the media of digital photography and image manipulation. The biggest attraction to digital photography was the ability to skip…