All posts in Sara’s Artwork

Album Cover Commission

I was thrilled to create this painting of a wolf and three butterflies for a musician’s album cover! I can’t wait to post it in action 🙂 – sara cannon

Mountain Landscape: Commission Piece

Recently finished commission piece titled “Mountain Landscape.” I really had to push myself with the bright colors. It was a battle but toward the end it all just clicked and I’m super happy with the […]

Twin Kites for Jackson & Parker

I was super thrilled to make a painting for my nephew’s nursery. They are twins, so I painted them two twin kites flying over mountains. I hope they look at it and are inspired to […]

Weekend Artwork

I made some artwork in Little Rock and Birmingham… taking inspiration from around the web with my friend Brooks. You can view our inspiration board here: http://drp.mk/mBw

Beginning of new work: Your Data Must Be Analyzed

Your Data Must Be Analyzed is a new ongoing project of mine in the works that will hopefully see fruition soon. Here is a screen-print poster I made experimenting with the title of the project.

title: the origins.progression exhibited: artwalk 2008

Cost / Benefit Analysis

Name of series: Cost/Benefit Analysis Exhibited: “the show” at Bottletree, Happi Boutique w/Christian Escheverri, and Artwalk 2008

Artwalk 2008

Location: Studio 212 Date: September 3-4, 2008

Series: everything has fields

Exhibition: “everyone takes notes, everything has fields” dual show with Jason Burgess Location: Happi Boutique in Homewood, AL Date: March 16, 2008

Process for sculpture “the aftermath”

“The Aftermath” is made from found materials (wood, roots, tie wire, lath, rocks, bulldozer arm) all from a clear cut site at Moss Rock Preserve in Hoover, AL, with the exception of the lath which […]

Installation backdrop for Nina Nastasia

This was a joint-collaborative piece with charles amos horn back last february, 2008. I am still hoping that he has some better photos of it. materials: found vellum and lath. mono-filament.

The Crane No.1

Installation by Sara Cannon Exhibition: “that cyclical nature” Date: August 10th, 2007 Location: Phoenix Loft 110