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I must share a recent occurrence that I am just so thrilled about. As many of you may know I exclusively use Qor Watercolors by Golden Paints. I use it always, proudly, everyday, and in every artistic way possible! A few years back my first original painting, created exclusively with QoR Watercolors, was actually purchased by the Golden family (of Golden Artists Colors, Inc) to be displayed in the Golden Collection in New York. As you can imagine this is a huge honor and a giant highlight of my art career. Well, recently Golden reached out to me again and asked me to be the featured artist in an article written about the QoR products. This is no doubt another highlight for my artwork and myself that I am just so thankful for. I am pleased to now share with you all that the article with my interview has now been published in "Art Materials Retailer” magazine.
Below is a link to the digi copy (The QoR feature, my interview, and artwork are on pg.18):
The Mezze Live! event featuring Sarah Janece Garcia was a wonderful art filled event!
If you would like to see a recap with some highlights from the event please visit the link below and hit the play button:
On Friday the 17th at Mezze Tapas in Mockingbird Station a live painting and art event will be taking place featuring Sarah Janece Garcia!
Artists Ken Womack, Sal, and Sarah Janece Garcia will all be creating art LIVE from 6:00-9:00pm! Artwork from each artist will be on display and the artists will be available to chat about the paintings and the creative process of their work! The event will also feature live MUSIC and a special HAPPY HOUR for any who inform Mezze Tapas that they are there for the LIVE PAINTING EVENT!
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I am so excited and happy to share that my work was represented by AVA Galleria at the Art Shopping International Contemporary Art Fair/Salon International which took place at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris!! Below is a photo of my work on display in France, WOW dreams really do come true!!!!
The art gallery featured Sarah and her work in AVA Magazine (pages 64-65) which is available online at the link below:
Sarah Janece Garcia's original watercolor painting titled, "Where it Began" will be on display and available for purchase at the "Art Shopping International Contemporary Art Fair/Salon International" located at the Carrousel du Louvre in Paris, France. Sarah's work will be represented by AVA Galleria at this International Art Exhibition!
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I must share that this wonderful art festival was one of the most joyous events Modesto and I have been able to be a part of. The love for the arts and the sheer energy of this festival was truly one of a kind. The tremendous spirit shown by the people in Houston, after being through so much is something I will never forget! I really can't think of a thank you large enough to encompass how grateful we are for the amount of art that is now in its new homes and for the experiences we got to have at this festival!
Please visit the link below for a video recap of our time spent at the Bayou City Art Festival:
Sarah Janece Garcia is honored and proud to present her work to the Choose Courage Foundation to be a part of the "Courage" fine art exhibition.
Sarah's watercolor and pastel painting titled, "Soar with Courage" will be available for viewing and purchase at the art exhibit on Thursday, October 5th in Fort Worth, TX. The proceeds from "COURAGE" will be shared with Safe Haven of Tarrant County.
My painting titled, “Soar with Courage” was created for this great foundation and was inspired by the concept that the Choose Courage Foundation holds dear which is, "FROM THE HARD, BEAUTY CAN EMERGE. Survivors of domestic violence have a strength and beauty that inspires hope. They are proof of a life reclaimed and free of violence.” The original painting was donated to help in the wonderful efforts they have done and are doing to break the shame, stigma and silence of domestic violence by celebrating the strength and courage of survivors.
For information this charity please visit:
What a fantastic night the POP UP ART EXHIBIT was!! The room was full of excitement, positivity, and an unmatched energy! To see and meet so many with such a love of the arts was incredible and to know that a pop up art show run by artists could bring together such a group of amazing folks, well it makes my heart flutter with glee! Thank you to all who attended, all who purchased artwork, and all who helped make this art exhibit such a fantastic experience.
For a video recap of some of the great moments from the show please click below:
Please join us at this exciting POP UP ART EVENT!
For maps and directions please click the link below...
The "DIVERSIFORM" opening reception at Beaudry Gallery and the 2017 DADA Fall Gallery Walk was such an incredible event and a beautiful showcase of artwork! Thank to everyone who made this night so very special! I was honored to have my new mixed media abstraction collection debut at Beaudry Gallery. Please stop by the Design District to view my new originals as well as the other art on display. The artist collective exhibit titled, "Diversiform" runs through October 9th, 2017.
To view more photos from the opening reception please visit...
Sarah Janece Garcia has begun a new collection of abstract explorations in watercolor and pastel.
Sarah's new mixed media abstraction collection will debut at Beaudry Gallery in Dallas, TX as a part of the "Diversiform Exhibition".
For more information on the upcoming art exhibit please visit the link below...
The painting titled, "Unite" by Sarah Janece Garcia is part of her Endangered Species Collection. (Limited Edition Print Available).
This original watercolor has been created for and donated to Explorers Against Extinction for the ‘Sketch for Survival’ exhibition. This painting along with artwork from leading wildlife artists around the world, as well as pictures from celebrity sketchers will be on display to the public in London and will be a part of the exhibition at the Royal Geographical Society on the 12th of October, 2017. The purpose of the exhibition is to raise vital awareness about the threat of extinction to iconic species such as elephant, lion and rhino, as well as raise funds and donate resources to nominated wildlife charities and organizations.
For more information on the exhibition please visit the link below...
The Artwork of Sarah Janece Garcia will return to Houston, TX in the fall of 2017.
Sarah was invited to participate in the Bayou City Art Festival Downtown on October 14-15, 2017. Brand new originals as well as artist proof and limited edition prints will be available at this festival which will take place in Downtown Houston surrounding City Hall, Hermann Square, Houston Public Library, Sam Houston Park, and adjacent streets.
“The Downtown festival is one of the top 10 outdoor fine arts festivals in the nation. The two-day festival showcases the works of over 300 of the finest artists and craftsmen in the world. The outdoor event brings out more than 20,000 people into the heart of Downtown Houston offering visitors the opportunity to meet with exhibiting artists, fun, food and entertainment.” (artcolonyassociation.org).
For information on the festival and to purchase tickets please visit the link below…
Sarah Janece Garcia's art is traveling to London soon to be a part of the Sketch For Survival Exhibit. Sarah's work along with artwork from leading wildlife artists around the world, as well as pictures from celebrity sketchers will be on display to the public in London, UK and be a part of the Explorers Against Extinction event at the Royal Geographical Society on the 12th of October 2017.
"My artwork is directly inspired by the amazing wildlife that live among us here on this beautiful Earth and knowing that it will be helping, in its own little way, to conserve animals is truly something that brings me so much joy." -Sarah Janece Garcia
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Sarah Janece Garcia's prints of "The Dreamer" & "The Wind is Calling" have traveled and now arrived in South Africa. Sarah's artwork, along with the work of Anne London, will be a part of an incredible event held in Johannesburg, South Africa.
On July 13th, 2017 a Christmas In July fundraiser and art auction will take place at Tintswalo Lodge at Waterfall. The proceeds will benefit the South African Wildlife College and Anti Rhino Poaching campaigns.
"I truly believe that when like minded, animal conservationists join forces amazing progress can occur and our beautiful wildlife can be helped to flourish alongside us!" -Sarah Janece Garcia
More information can be found at:
From Sarah: At a recent art festival we met a fantastic artist named Anne London and her husband Jim Hart, both of which are doing great things in the way of aiding animal conservation through the non profit they developed called “Arts for Animals”. Anne and I instantly connected over being two animal artists with a love for wildlife and a passion for animal conservation. We have since quickly developed a friendship and Modesto and I are proud to share that we have already begun working with her and her husband to aid in the conservation and charity efforts we all believe so strongly in. After a great trip to New Orleans plans to join forces began and now many exciting ventures for protecting and helping animals are ahead that I look forward to sharing with you all very soon!
Anne and Jim's charity organization is doing incredible work in the states and in Africa and I encourage all to visit the Arts For Animals site:
Sarah Janece Garcia's brand new collection is titled, “The Endangered Species Collection” and it is meant to capture the beautiful and majestic faces of endangered and threatened species from around the world. A percentage of the proceeds from the sale of any original in the "Endangered Species Collection" will go to a preselected charity to aid in the work being done to conserve the animal that is in the painting.
"I feel that these amazing animals rely on us as humans to use our voice, abilities, and power to speak up for them, protect them, and honor the importance of their existence on this Earth. In this collection I hope to express the deep connective thread between humans and animals while also combining art with conservation to celebrate these fascinating animals that inspire and amaze." -Sarah Janece Garcia
To view the beginning pieces of this collection please visit: