Sarah Wright: Irresistible Drawings to See from a Distance
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Poster size, bright colors, fine arts sensibility, cartoon undertones, cat with a destructive streak – who can resist?

See below:

Three Windows: Look Out, Look Up, Look Here

Look Out: Colored pencil and watercolor crayon on paper, 15″ w x 17″ h

Look Up: Colored pencil and watercolor crayon on paper, 15″ w x 18″ h

Look Here: colored pencil and watercolor crayon on paper, 15″ X 18″

We Make the Way by Walking

Oil pastel and watercolor crayon on paper, two panels, 48″ w X 19″ h overall

Mr. Owl Guards the PlatesĀ 

Oil pastels, colored pencil, pen and ink on paper, 9″ w x 11″ h

Mr. Owl Sheds Some Light

Colored pencil on paper, 11″ w x 20″ h

Two more panels in the Mr. Owl Series – Mr. Owl Studies Physics and Mr. Owl Ponders Fate – will be ready June 1.

Rain date:

One Reply to “Sarah Wright: Irresistible Drawings to See from a Distance”

  1. Hi. You’re welcome to exhibit at the LGBTQIA+ Pride Stage (Academy Street entrance to the Senior Center). You’ll have to bring whatever you need to set up the display, so maybe drive by and take a look before deciding. We will also have an indoor area where you could set up instead, if you prefer, as well as the outdoor “stage.”

    Contact me at rainbow@town.arlington.ma.us if you’re interested.

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