Art

Days of Wine and Tulips was the first painting Sarah ever entered in an art show. It was included in the Women's Center Art Gallery of Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, Maryland as part of the Reflections of Seasons exhibit (2016). Painted with wine and watercolor, it was the first painting from the show to sell. The owners are art enthusiasts who live in Florida.

Days of Wine and Tulips was the first painting Sarah ever entered in an art show. It was included in the Women's Center Art Gallery of Frederick Memorial Hospital in Frederick, Maryland as part of the Reflections of Seasons exhibit (2016). Painted with wine and watercolor, it was the first painting from the show to sell. The owners are art enthusiasts who live in Florida.

Chronic pain warrior Sarah Bigham uses art to to express her personal journey through pain. She has created several series of paintings, including one made with dissolved supplements and medications she no longer needs. Other series feature concentrated wine, kitchen spices, plants, and even cat hair.

A portion of any proceeds from art sales goes to organizations such as:

The Interstitial Cystitis Association (http://www.ichelp.org/)

The Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy Syndrome Association (http://rsds.org/

Hope Springs was published in Volume 3 of Hollow literary magazine, released in July 2016.

Amazing. I’m so intrigued by your use of materials!
Thank you. . .for holding your head high, sharing your talent, and reminding us every day to remain humble and kind: we each have our burdens, visible and invisible.

*All quotes on this page taken from website responses to Sarah's posts, writing, etc.