Author Archives: Sara H. Becker

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Points of View at Gallery B

The 7 Palettes Show at Gallery B will be on Exhibit until February 4th. We are looking forward to the champagne reception this coming Sunday which will help close out the exhibit. Come visit and see all new original artwork … Continue reading

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New Year, New Show

I am proud to be a member of the group that has been selected by the Bethesda Urban Partnership to exhibit in their Gallery B once again for the month of January 2018. “Points of View” This year’s exhibit features … Continue reading

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Many Shows to Prepare For

The last quarter of the year gets busy with many things and for me that includes art shows with several groups of which I am a member. Currently, the annual show of the Olney Art Association is on exhibition at … Continue reading

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Its time for the MPSGS Show

Its time for the annual MPSGS Show and here is a sneak peak at my entries that were all selected for the show. These are some of my favorite scenes from my trip to Alaska in June.  I was overwhelmed by the … Continue reading

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Working on multiple projects

Some months go by and a lot of work gets done but nothing actually finished.  This month the large Great Falls, Virginia, painting continues to evolve in the studio. In addition to studio time, I have been plein air painting a … Continue reading

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Large Artworks, Bigger Bolder

April has been a month for big paintings. I finished a commission of a Garrett County farmer on his beloved tractor. It was a surprise gift from a good friend. It measures 36 x 24 and will be hung in … Continue reading

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Another month of work.

This piece, Fluvial Fan, has proven to be a challenge in getting the colors right.  I’ve enjoyed working with the stucco media and creating all the textures for the sand. The tricky part has been how to color the sand. … Continue reading

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