Sarah is fascinated with the movement of sky, colors and dense landscapes occurring in nature. Upon looking at clouds or a sunset, she studies the shapes and the constant transition of color enveloping. While studying a piece she is creating, she takes time to let sediments of the watercolor settle, arranging the next gesture of brush strokes to organically bleed each pigment into one another. This process happens over and over throughout the creation of a new work. Overlapping layers and details of small and large forms produce an abstract piece that is two-dimensional . Within this multi-layered canvas, a single frame in time exists, captured by a snapshot of one distinct memory.