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As you guys may or may not have noticed, I have started making a new kind of artwork and it has been so thrilling to work with. I won't give away my secrets but I will say that I have a lot to learn and a lot that I wish to make with this new art form. Of course, I have been seeing that you all have been very interested in it as well and I am hopeful that you will continue to support my new approach in this art world. After all, how do you know if you can do something new if you don't try? So here it is. The first of its kind. 

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I'm not sure what else I will make that is like this but I am excited about the possibilities and I hope you all are too. 

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The fun thing about making artwork is that you can experiment, make ideas come to life, and enjoy the experience. You can get lost in what you create and just really immerse yourself in the experience. It's a wonderful thing to have that kind of experience and to put your expressions fully out on the table for not only yourself but for others.

While walking today I got an idea for a new series I want to make and I am excited to try it out and see what I can make with those thoughts. Now that I have started using epoxy on my pieces it means that I have opened the door to use it to create other things and get wild with mydieas. 

I'm going to be working with the theme of nature and I'm sure you guys can imagine all that comes from that idea. I'm nervous but ready. It just means going to Hobby Lobby to search for the right materials to house that series. while I am in the midst of working on that series I am also working on my stitching series. It takes so long to make pieces so I appreciate you all for your patience while I get ready to release my next art piece(s). It just takes hours and hours to get these together and ready to be shipped to your homes. After all, these are literally done with a needle and thread to create the image I want to put onto the canvas. I know you all are anxiously awaiting what is to come and it will be soon. As I finish each one I will release them for you guys to purchase.

So stay tuned because the ideas are coming and I am ready to create and share. 

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2022-02-22 16:43 by Sarah Denninger
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All of the newest pieces are up. They are for sale and ready to go. Please check them out below  (just a few down below) and if you want to see more options click here to go to my gallery. I appreciate you guys for supporting me and I look forward to making more pieces for you guys soon. For now, enjoy 

 

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I have a few more pieces that will be posted over the next few weeks. I'm excited to show the rest of what I have for sale and to see some of these pieces sell. I am planning to do another series the first week of April and I'm hoping to mix things up for that series and do some hand stitching pieces which I haven't done in a while. They will be smaller, probably 8*8 pieces since hand stitching pieces is tedious and take such a long time for them to make and be done and ready to ship out. 

I am excited to make some more pieces and to work my creative brain and hands with some canvas's and maybe some oils. I'm ready to make some pieces that are different from what I currently make and to expand the color parts of my mind. It's been so long since I've made different types of art pieces and I'm ready to get fancy with it again. 

For now, though I ask thank you guys take a look at what I have in my gallery by clicking here, and down below are the newest pieces from my collection. Stay tuned for more to come. 

 

 
 
 
 
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2022-01-18 15:35 by Sarah Denninger
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Hey everyone! Happy new year. I hope you all are doing well and even though we're only eighteen days into the start of 2022 I hope that everyone's resolutions are going swimmingly. 

In terms of the resolutions for myself, I finally came up with a list of reasonable things I would like to do this year and aim for. One of them is to make more art pieces for you guys and I have a certain number I would like to make (and hopefully sell) by the end of 2022. As some of you may have noticed the first one dropped this morning and in less than an hour it sold. Which was not only exciting but amazing to have happened. Mostly because I wasn't sure how quickly a new piece would sell since art pieces are always a hit or miss these days. So in turn thank you for the support. 

 

One of my other resolutions is to get back into the regular blog posting but make a schedule for when those will be posted. It may not be as frequent as my dad's (market ticker) but I am hoping to make a schedule where I post two or three posts a week and get back into the groove. It seems more probable for me and I'm hopeful as to be able to keep that promise. 

As for other resolutions those are more personal and I will keep to myself for the time being. I honestly am just ready to expand and see what comes this year. I'm hoping to get back into my creative mindset and get the ball rolling on my small business and it's exciting to think that things are moving in a positive direction. So here we come 2022. Small steps can lead to bigger and better things. 

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