Ripple Effect

One afternoon a couple of years ago, I was hanging out in a brewery during an art event working on a piece when I notice a young boy, around seven or eight, hanging off to the side watching me work. I invited him to come closer to observe and he asked a few questions about…

New Art: Unbroken

This piece is the third piece I’ve completed using a pallet knife and minimal paper quilling. I’m really enjoying the processe of painting with a pallet knife. It’s taken some adjustment in terms of skill and technique and I’m learning that I need to have a lot more patience with the process, but what is…

New Art: Quilled Wolf

Quilled Wolf, 18×24 Quilled Paper and Acrylics on Canvas I started this piece back in October of 2018. When I set out to create this wolf, I never thought it would take on such a long endeavor. From the moment my brush touched the canvas, it quickly became apparent that this piece was going to…

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…

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…

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…

Birthday Easels

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