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…

Goddess Portraits

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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…

Work in progress: Hamsa

A couple of months ago, I started this piece always with thee intention of quilling it but other pieces happened and I set it aside to work on later. After sitting with it for several weeks, I started to wonder if maybe I wanted to quill it at all since the painting was really bright…