Work in Progress: Elephant Hamsa

Hamsas are very meaningful and important symbols for me. The hamsa is an ancient┬ásymbol that is found in many different religious cultures. One of the most common beliefs is that this image is protective, warding off evil intentions and evil spirits, but it can also be a symbol of blessing; welcoming good intentions and good…

Work in Progress: Commissioned Portrait

This piece is a commissioned portrait that will ultimately be done in the style of my Three Sisters series. When I did the Three Sisters,I was playing with non-traditional┬ácoloring and the main focus of the pieces that stand out were theflowing locks of hair. What I was after was something a little whimsical and fun,…

Now offering: Private Art Lessons!

In my Main Street Studio, I encourage people to stop in not only to view the artwork I have hanging on the wall but to also observe the work that’s being created. In my studio, there’s always something new going on. Not only do I encourage people to visit and observe, I also welcome questions…

Nightlight for the Soul

I’ve often wondered if, as an artist, I shouldn’t do more to use my art as a vehicle to add to the narrative that we’re all sharing in the world today. Throughout history, many artists have used their talents and skills to make connections with people around serious social and political issues. Because my work…

At Long Last… An Update!

I am abysmally slow at updating my blog with the latest happenings at Sabrina Ehlert Art, and there really is so much going on! Last month, I set up for the first time at Denver Arts Fest. It was my first arts festival I attended as a vendor, and I wasn’t entirely sure what to…

Birthday Easels

New easels cause me to wax philosophical about painting, art, and messy easels.

Gearing up for Denver Arts Festival

If I’ve been a little quieter than usual it’s because I’ve been hunkered down creating work for the Denver Arts Festival which is coming up later this month on May 26th thru 27th. This will be my first major arts festival, and honestly I’m a little overwhelmed by the amount of work there is to…