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Watercolor Walks 2

Painting
$ 1,800

Watercolor on Cotton Paper, Framed

Nature Studies, the new series of drawings, paintings, and sculptures from artist Sara Marlowe Hall was created during her residency at Salmon Creek Farm in Albion, Northern California. Studies based on elements from the landscape around her, the works were inspired by the light as it moved through the redwoods surrounding her abode, and through walks along the varied landscapes of the coastline.

The drawings are made on cotton torn paper using pastels, watercolor and charcoal. Their wooden frames take the viewer into the perspective of the artist looking out the cabin window. In addition to the drawings and paintings, Sara made sculptures from the materials she collected and archived, elements of the land where the work is based.

Size: 15 x 11.5 inches
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“A material is never what it appears to be.”
-Sara Marlowe Hall
Sara Marlowe Hall

About the Artist

Sara Marlowe Hall

Los Angeles artist Sara Marlowe Hall's complex, textured, abstract paintings use acrylic, plaster, and fabric to create their unique look. Her work has been featured in domino, Bon Weekender, LoQ, dwell, Vogue, Veranda, Imboldn, Artforum, and VoyageLA. In 2021, Marlowe Hall completed a residency in Oaxaca, Mexico and works from that residency are available on Tappan. Marlowe Hall has exhibited in London, Los Angeles, Abu Dhabi, Leipzig, Lisbon and Oaxaca.


Current Exhibition

Echoes of Being

Group Show
April 12 - May 28

Tappan
8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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About the Series

About Nature Studies

Nature Studies, the new series of drawings, paintings, and sculptures from artist Sara Marlowe Hall was created during her residency at Salmon Creek Farm in Albion, Northern California. The works are based on elements from the landscape around her, heavily inspired by the light as it moved through the redwoods surrounding her abode, and through walks along the varied landscapes of the coastline.
The wooden frames take the viewer into the perspective of the artist looking out the cabin window. In addition to the drawings and paintings, Sara made sculptures from the materials she collected and archived, elements of the land where the work is based.

To see images of making the work & read more about the meaning behind the pieces, click here.