Sarah Butcher Artist and Art Educator
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I love to share what I know...
I love making art and teaching you how to be creative in many ways! I teach studio art, photography and digital art. I have been teaching art for 20 plus years! My mission is to offer my art and my artistic experience to you. If you are looking for a way to begin your artistic journey or if you want to build new skills, I offer private classes in my home, also check out my youtube channel for some tutorials. I offer a variety of experiences, events and workshops where I show you some of the techniques I use to create my art . I have been an art teacher in private schools in the Baltimore area since 1998. I am currently the art instructor and community service coordinator at Mother Seton Academy in Baltimore city.
Art I like to make...
Sarah Butcher is an artist local to Baltimore, Maryland whose aesthetic explores themes of art nouveau, highlighting pattern, line, and color. Her breadth of work ranges from impressionist compositions to abstract expressionism. Sarah expresses her vision across a variety of media. Her career began with a focus on large abstract acrylic paintings, Her current work includes urbancapes and landscapes, with a particular focus on Baltimore and the surrounding Mid- Atlantic region. These compositions are photography-based prints and acrylics on canvas. Sarah’s recent work has expanded to include digital paint pour painting and jewelry. These pieces are inspired by a blend of organic shapes and abstract designs, creating Sarah’s signature style. Join the mailing list for updates on available workshops and new work.
I enjoy making all kinds of art. Photography, Painting and Digital Processes are all part of my active pursuits.
I am always working on a piece, either on a digital device, sketchbook, wire and beads or canvas. I like to develop my work in a series and I enjoy commissioned work as well. Recent commissions include a large paint pour reproduction off Helen Frankenthaler's "Terra Cotta" and a large installation of 8 pieces for the Lenore Apartments in Mt. Vernon. Conceptualizing art and creating it for you is extremely satisfying.
I have a BA degree from the University of Notre Dame of Maryland. After college I became a School 33 studio artist and sold large abstract expressionistic paintings to interior designers in and around Baltimore. My clients included Jim Pannone, Hutzler's and Alexander Baer and Associates. My professional artwork was on hold while I devoted time to raising my girls, Hannah and Rebecca, both successful young women involved in their own artistic pursuits. I can't imagine life without art.
I enjoy sharing what I have learned about the creative process. I am always looking for innovative ways to use the tools I have to create artistic compositions that go beyond the ordinary art that is pervasive in our everyday lives.