Scene 360 Arts Magazine features Sara's work
The award winning, global arts magazine Scene 360 Magazine has a feature including Sara's 'Shiny shrine of the apple crate Madonna'.
This dynamic piece embodies Sara's ethos of RADICAL JOY, by working a Rumi quote (Shine like the whole universe is yours) into a discarded Apple crate found roadside, near her home. We absolutely LOVE this whimsical piece!
Artist of the month in Bahrain
Art teacher, Sana Asad, at 'Wild About Art' in Bahrain found Sara's work online and approached her about becoming their feature artist this month. Sana has a brilliant program inspiring and teaching the children different mediums in Art expression. The children will be linking in to a skype session with Sara near the end of the month to ask live questions. Check out the students inspired work in this video...
Immerse Festival 2016
A brilliant burst of life transformed Mish Mash Gallery/Cafe in Boronia in November
....Sara was selected as one of 30 Artists to exhibit in 30 diverse
venues over 30 days in Knox's brilliant 'Immerse Festival'. www.knox.vic.gov.au/Immerse
Working with curator Miriam Arbus, along with Sara's richly textured canvases,
the fresh B.Wild work and watercolors, she worked directly onto the wall space
and cafe tables in a unique and dynamic way to create a highly beautiful aesthetic...
One of the cafe tables got a magical makeover by Sara during the Immerse Festival...delighting patrons.
"The space has been totally invigorated with Sara's inimitable style and joy!" - cafe owner Michelle March.
...be inspired to go beyond your captivity.... Sara's latest collection of stenciled works onto beautiful textiles is a strong, beautiful collection that speaks to your inner goddess of your original raw and beautiful self....These juicy works are made by hand in a WILD frenzy of song & rowdy tunes, with a fierce love of life and masses of colour… see the new collection here: B.WILD
Frankston Stories Project
Sara was interviewed as an inspiring local resident of Frankston city, to promote and engage people to participate in shaping their cities future.
Peninsula Essence Magazine Article
The Autumn 2016 edition of 'Peninsula Essence' Magazine has a spectacular article by Melissa Walsh, on Sara's life and work...you can read it here:
peninsula essence article
Making happy in Uruguay
Beatriz Palomeque, is a very passionate primary school teacher in a low socioeconomic school in Tacuarembo, Uruguay.
13,000KM away from Sara's Melbourne studio, Beatriz felt the joy of her art and utilized it to impact the lives of 44 primary school children she teaches… Her desire for these children... "to be happy, expressive and confident children to gain self-confidence as they grow and visualize a more positive future for themselves."
Sara was tickled to have communication via skype with the class through the year long project.