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Sarah Fitzpatrick was raised in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains in upstate New York, where she developed a keen eye for beauty in the natural world. After five years in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Sarah moved to the village of Lake Placid, New York where hiking, skiing and snowshoeing were a daily part of her life. Upon leaving Lake Placid, Sarah made her home a stone's throw from the Pacific Ocean, living and creating on Vancouver Island, British Columbia and then in Boulder, Colorado.

Now working out of her home studio in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories of Canada, Sarah hand picks nearly every component of her artwork from the natural world. While much of the material she uses is from right here at the edge of Great Slave Lake, she has stones, bark and other natural media from throughout North America waiting to be turned into her unique functional artwork. Be it camped in the…

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  • Joined October 12, 2008

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wood, stones, sea glass, watercolors, oils

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About

Sarah Fitzpatrick was raised in the foothills of the Adirondack mountains in upstate New York, where she developed a keen eye for beauty in the natural world. After five years in the Green Mountains of Vermont, Sarah moved to the village of Lake Placid, New York where hiking, skiing and snowshoeing were a daily part of her life. Upon leaving Lake Placid, Sarah made her home a stone's throw from the Pacific Ocean, living and creating on Vancouver Island, British Columbia and then in Boulder, Colorado.

Now working out of her home studio in Yellowknife, Northwest Territories of Canada, Sarah hand picks nearly every component of her artwork from the natural world. While much of the material she uses is from right here at the edge of Great Slave Lake, she has stones, bark and other natural media from throughout North America waiting to be turned into her unique functional artwork. Be it camped in the High Sierras, on the floor of the Grand Canyon or back in the mountains of her youth, Sarah travels extensively and is always on the lookout for things of beauty that can be gently borrowed from Mother Earth for use in her art.

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