Author interview - The Ginger Collect, March 2019
Poet2Poet Exchange - interview questions with Sarah Bigham and Bill Yarrrow - MockingHeart Review, November 2018
Art Exhibit article - Frederick Community College, October 2018
Author/Artist Interview - Roanoke Review, January 2018
Author Interview - The Ginger Collect, October 2017
Living with chronic pain, Sarah Bigham channels her medical experiences into art. Her image “Dreaming of Cinnamon” is almost ethereal, conveying a delicacy and peace achieved through her soft palette and clean composition, perhaps reflecting the inner peace she strives to reach in the midst of her medical challenges.
Interstitial Cystitis Association August 2016
Thank you Sarah for your generous contributions, your beautiful artwork, and for being a wonderful example of how IC patients can THRIVE, not simply survive, with this condition.
Chadds Ford Live August 2016
The paintings are abstract, beautiful and evocative
Vista Today July 2016
It’s been a dark, harrowing road for artist Sarah Bigham, who is now leading those who dare along a visual journey through her chronic pain.
Interstitial Cystitis Association July 2016
Chronic pain and IC warrior Sarah Bigham has turned her experience as a patient into an artwork series. . . Thank you, Sarah for your beautiful work and support!
The Town Dish July 2016
a unique exhibit in which a medical journey is chronicled through works of art
Chadds Ford Live May 2016
This is a beautiful series of paintings in its own right, but also a very compelling, unique way to express a patient’s journey through suffering to healing.
The Downingtown Times May 2016
The use of color washes amidst the stronger paint strokes contain her journey’s narrative. Sarah’s expressive strokes of color convey her emotions, powerful, and also uplifting.
The Town Dish May 2016
The resulting blend of muted colors conveys Sarah’s beautifully personal journey through chronic pain.
Vista Today May 2016
The chronic pain she can’t escape is now smeared, streaked and splattered across canvases that fellow patients and visitors can’t ignore.