These are the 2 pairs of SOL REPUBLIC headphones that Alessandra Delacruz and I have left. Each pair is one-of-a-kind (literally only printed once) and all proceeds will go to the East African Center for the Empowerment of Women and Children! Email me for details: email@example.com
I'm honored and excited to share that I'v been selected out of 500+ entries to showcase my work at the 56th Art League Artists Exhibition in Long Island. Apparently, there were only 65 pieces of artwork selected by noted landscape painter, April Gornick. My water series panel below will be on display and for sale from March 10th - April 14th. Click here for more details: http://artleagueli.org/node/670
My good friend Carrie Hammer link my boyfriend & I up with talented photographer, Chris Dorsey, to shoot our apartment for Houzz.com. We're so blessed to have a bigger space than we're used to, especially after living in NYC for 6 years. The loft is located in an up and coming neighborhood out in Bushwick, I actually live and work out of the space. As you can see, the loft embodies our love for found items, and black and white artwork. Click here to see the full article and to find out where to purchase.
I feel unbelievably blessed to have had my artwork hung along side Bansky, Tim Kent, & Shepard Fairey this year at Art Basel Miami 2012. The work was hung from December 5th - 9th at The National Young Arts Foundation. An event hosted by Adrian Grenier, Christian Slater, Christina Hunter, Seth Browarnik, and Leslie Abravanel included a screening of Teenage Paparazzo, and guests were invited to view an art show of work inspired by the film. My works are the two charcoal drawings to the right of the intro to the art show. Photos below from World Redeye.
I recently welcomed THAT NEW NEW into my loft in Bushwick, BK to share my inspiration, and some of my work in progress. I'm truly honored to be the first of this amazing series. Click on the photo below to watch the video.
I'm stoked to announce that I'll be working with Sharpie (markers) over the next six weeks. I've selected 6 social media/blogger peeps to create personalized doodles inside my frame notecards. You can follow along starting this week (October 29th) through December 7th. This whole thing came about because my boyfriend and some of my friends started drawing Sharpie doodles inside my frames. I realized that they weren't only good for writing notes, they were perfect for creating your own drawing inside of the frame. Thus, the Sharpie campaign came about. If you want to find out more about who's involved and where to look, click here. Get your own notecards here.
I recently sold my American Flag charcoal drawing to a lovely couple in TEXAS. Afterwards, several people inquired about the work bc of the election around the corner. So I decided to create a VOTE tshirt that doesn't suck. I silkscreened my drawing with white ink onto Unisex American Apparel Vnecks. I'm selling them for $25 + shipping, available in sizes S-XL.
Get yours before the election (in 6 days!)
I've been throwing around the idea of printing another tshirt to sell. My last round featured my 'Charlie' drawing, I printed 20 shirts on basic crew neck tshirts and I literally sold all of them within a few weeks. I've been shopping around stores like Urban Outfitters and Opening Ceremony to see what type of shirts have been popular for them. I think one of these would be a pretty sweet edition to my collection. I'm leaning more towards the grey tank, what do you think?
After stopping by ROOQ NYC to find out the public's feedback on my 'Frames on Frames' collection, the owner of the space shared some very exciting news. The work shown above is hanging in the window at ROOQ, it is not only my signature piece, but it represents a turning point in my career where I finally embraced charcoal as my medium of choice.
The owner told me that he's had numerous people come into the shop to inquire about purchasing the original. At this point, I'm not willing to let go of the original, but I'd like to share this work with those who appreciate it. Therefore, I've decided to print 10 signed, limited edition prints. I'm printing the work on thick, high-quality paper, to the exact likeness of the drawing. Each print will be 24" x 32" (the same dimensions as the original) and will cost a third of the original price which will include tax and shipping.
I'm very excited about this! If you are interested in purchasing a print, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
YOU ARE INVITED: ‘Frames on Frames’ Charcoal drawings by Sarah H. Reynolds ROOQ NYC 13b East 4th Street (near Lafayette St.), NYC July 19th - August 16th Opening July 19th, 6-9pm
I had the opening of my first solo exhibit, 'Frames on Frames', this past Thursday, July 19th at this fantastic frame shop/gallery space called ROOQ NYC. Friends, family, and coworkers were present at the opening, as well as a few stragglers (random NYCers). My parents were definitely a huge hit at the opening, their southern charm was well received : )
AriZona Beverages sponsored the drinks, Battery Place Market provided the yummy food platters, and Jawed from ROOQ killed it as the host of the night. A HUGE thank you to all those who were able to come to the opening! If you haven't had a chance to stop by, the works (10 pieces in total) will be on display through August 16th. All works are for sale, please email me if you'd like more information on any of the works and/or if you are interested in purchasing a piece. Contact me at email@example.com
Lena Schajer and I infront of the frame she bought. It was the first piece sold that night!
Blaga Popova, Nate Erickson, & Robbie Sokolowsky
Two small works on display, the top one sold on opening night
Five frames on display
Greg Littley, Little James, Rachel Deutsch, & Lena Schajer
The ICED Media Crew! Brent English, Natalie Espinosa, Sowmya Kirshnamurthy, Lea Miller, & Austin Miller
My parents & I
Nhi Nguyen, Donna Kim, & Sowmya Kirshnamurthy
Christine Evangelista & Lizzie Loch
To read a review on the exhibit, check out Downtown Magazine's write-up!