“Great Art Picks Up Where Nature Ends” - Marc Chagall

From expressive charcoal drawings to vivid and quirky paintings, Sara Abbott is undoubtedly an artist with incredible range. This Stanford-based artist lets her love for nature shine through in her works that showcase the extraordinary within the ordinary. She draws inspiration from the various teachers and mentors that she's had over the years. No two artworks are ever alike and different themes, perspectives and art materials are used to give each artwork its own identity, thus creating something truly unique. This talented artist uses watercolours, oils, charcoal, pastels, chalks and inks to create her works. Personally, Sara is most fond of her artworks that depict animals with an unexpected twist in the ‘tail’. Visits to her studio are welcome by prior arrangement.

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Growing up in Kenya on a farm surrounded by nature, Sara Abbott has a love of art. That love was encouraged by her father who would often see Sara and her sister draw by lamp light during the evenings. One of her earliest artwork endeavour memories was in school. It was one of her guinea pig which she drew with two different art mediums, and to her surprise, her teacher held up for the and exclaimed “I like that.”

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Throughout the years Sara has travelled extensively and visited countries such as England, India and the Seychelles where she was inspired by the different cultures. Sara also gives credit to various mentors she met along the way. With each passing day Sara’s artistic range expands as she continues to experiment with different art styles and materials. An upcoming photographic tour of India promises to produce new and exciting artworks from the Abbott art stables.



You can expect to pay R450 and upwards to own a Sara Abbott original.



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