Illustration beats Explanation at Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum

12 September to 21 November, 2015
We encounter illustrations every day, be they instructions, cartoons or anatomical diagrams. Illustration Beats Explanation features contemporary artists who work in illustration and use comics, storyboards and drawing as a visual way to convey new ideas about the world. The exhibition is a collaboration between Nathaniel Pitt, Division of Labour Gallery and the Museums Worcestershire Team.
I have been invited to exhibit illustrations for this event.

Sealife Prints

Sarah’s first collection features four whimsical under the sea prints in fresh, bright shades of tangerine, rose, aqua and green.

Redfish School, Seahorses, Turtles and Orange Jelly Fish are available as Art Prints, Premium Giclee Prints and Stretched Canvas Prints.  They range in sizes from 12″ x 12″ to 33″ x 33″ and can also be framed. They can be purchased online from the following websites.

http://www.art.com

http://www.allposters.com

http://www.amazon.com

http://www.sears.com

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Illustrating a point, Art for Happiness.

Val Andrews, author and creator of ‘Art for Happiness’ blog and magazine has written a number of exciting articles about the creative process.  It includes interviews with a number of professional artists – visual artists, writers, musicians – who have shared their experience of creativity.

I am one of the artists that Val has interviewed, the feature is called Illustrating a point.   Please visit her blog for further information: https://artforhappiness.wordpress.com/2014/11/18/illustrating-a-point

The magazine will be distributed across a number of outlets in Warwickshire, Gloucestershire and Birmingham.  A digital version will also be available on her  blog.

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