Sarrah Dibble-Camburn's Profile

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My "studio" has ranged from tiny apartments, unused horse stalls, to an open field. It doesn't matter where you make art, only that you can. I grew up thinking that going to college and getting a degree in Painting automatically makes you an artist and all the things that idea encompassed. I quickly learned that was not actually the case. It was a beginning, a first step in the direction of the journey. The diploma is nice for all the hard work, but it does not deem you an artist. That is a title you earn. This is a goal I am and will constantly be striving toward.
In 2010 I started this Etsy shop and was surprised and excited by my first sale. It has been an experiment ever since. Creating "Epona's Paintbrush" was my next step on making it official for myself. I came up with the name while driving in my car, which I always seem to be doing a lot of. The idea of the Celtic Goddess, Epona,…

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  • Female
  • Born on April 30
  • Joined August 13, 2010

Favorite materials

oil paint, acrylic, clay, mixed media

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EponasPaintbrush
Horses, Happiness, and Nature Inspired Art

About

My "studio" has ranged from tiny apartments, unused horse stalls, to an open field. It doesn't matter where you make art, only that you can. I grew up thinking that going to college and getting a degree in Painting automatically makes you an artist and all the things that idea encompassed. I quickly learned that was not actually the case. It was a beginning, a first step in the direction of the journey. The diploma is nice for all the hard work, but it does not deem you an artist. That is a title you earn. This is a goal I am and will constantly be striving toward.
In 2010 I started this Etsy shop and was surprised and excited by my first sale. It has been an experiment ever since. Creating "Epona's Paintbrush" was my next step on making it official for myself. I came up with the name while driving in my car, which I always seem to be doing a lot of. The idea of the Celtic Goddess, Epona, had always intrigued me. Because she was a goddess of horses, ponies, and donkeys just seemed to fit perfect with the kind of art I enjoy making.
Having more than one passion in life can be tricky when you are limited by time. I have been working (sometimes even struggling) to connect my love of making art with my passion of horses. Currently, I am blessed to be a high school art teacher which supports my artistic side and I am also involved with training and showing horses.
Someday I hope to open my own studio/barn to incorporate all my dreams in one place.

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