Good News!

Covid in the Garden of Good and Evil

was accepted into 

Viral Influence: Art in the Time of Coronavirus 

at the Arvada Center, Arvada, Colorado

May 20 - Aug 22, 2021

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Garden detail

Garden detail

In progress image: As I started this piece in March of 2020, my plan was for the foliage to mimic the panndemic's progress from unknown to known. It would transition as we did out of the mystery into the solution. Since that has not been the case, I altered my plan to include the mystery in the final panel on the right.

Garden detail

Garden detail

Created with watercolor markers. This drawing is somewhat of a departure for me in that I have combine actual and imaginary botanicals in one piece. If you look closely you may see traces of my original concept to transition, from left to right, from the unknown to the known.

Covid in the Garden of Good and Evil

Covid in the Garden of Good and Evil

Completed. tryptich with watercolor markers

   Sara Rockinger's visual art has been featured at the Textile Museum in Washington DC., in Fiber Arts Magazine, Surface Design Journal, Freestyle Machine Embroidery by Carol Shinn, and Dimensional Cloth: Sculpture by Contemporary Textile Artists by Andra Stanton, as well as, and on Fox News in, Phoenix, AZ.

Speak to me of art and life,

and I will speak to you of thread.

From silk to sinew, canvas to Kuba,

Thread is universal.

Study. Stitch. Toil. Tango!

I dream of collaboration

with thread.

This is My pursuit of happiness.