Meridian Street Bridge

Meridian Street Bridge

Meridian Street Bridge
Sarah Wright 2016
Acrylic on Canvas
This is a landscape I painted featuring the bridge over White River for Meridian St.

This painting is for sale, contact me for details.

Kitty Cat Portrait

Jack Portrait

Jack the Cat
Sarah Wright, 2016
Acrylic on Canvas

This is a small portrait of my cat, Jack. Painted on a 6×6 little canvas. If you would like to commission a portrait of your feline friend, please email me at sarah[at]sarahwrightart.com!

Raccoon Portrait

raccoon-portrait
Raccoon Portrait
2016
Acrylic on canvas
This is part of a series of “Animal Portraits” featuring animals that can be found around Indiana. I wanted to introduce people to the local flora and fauna, while also elevating them. It is very easy to treat small animals as pests, as intruders who should be eliminated. But I would argue they play a very important role in supporting our ecosystems.
I know they can be a pain if they are tearing up your trash bags, but just look at his little face!

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Growth

Growth Self Portrait

Growth

Oil on Canvas
22″x30″
Whether dwelling in the dark or the light, we nurture the growth of our surroundings – for better or worse.

In 2016, this painting was on display for 3 months in the The Art Museum of Greater Lafayette for their “Indiana Now” show.

Austin

Austin

Austin

Acrylic on Canvas, 16×20
Sarah Wright 2016

My love, my muse. Last Year my boyfriend and I went to the Indianapolis Zoo and I took some photos of him feeding the parakeets. This little bird landed on his plaid shirt, confusing the pattern for food. Sooo cute!

Deer Portrait

Deer Portrait

Deer Portrait

2016
Acrylic on canvas
This is part of a series of “Animal Portraits” featuring animals that can be found around Indiana. I wanted to introduce people to the local flora and fauna, while also elevating them. It is very easy to treat small animals as pests, as intruders who should be eliminated. But I would argue they play a very important role in supporting our ecosystems.

Rabbit Portrait

Rabbit Portrait

Rabbit Portrait

Acrylic on canvas
2016
This is part of a series of “Animal Portraits” featuring animals that can be found around Indiana. I wanted to introduce people to the local flora and fauna, while also elevating them. It is very easy to treat small animals as pests, as intruders who should be eliminated. But I would argue they play a very important role in supporting our ecosystems.

How Will I Know if it is Working?

How Will I Know if it is Working?

How Will I know if it is Working?

Oil on Canvas
22″x30″
When you don’t feel well and doctors don’t seem to help, you’ll try many medicines. Then all you can do is wait and see if anything changes. Just be patient.

In 2014, Featured in group show “Self Portraits” at Gallery 924 in Indianapolis.

White River

White River

White River

Acrylic on Canvas, 36″ x 12″
Sarah Wright 2016

Last fall I spent the day at Holiday Park in Indianapolis, IN taking photos. I took a few of the White River that I really enjoyed and decided to use them as the subject of my first landscape painting. This was truly a learning experience as my focus is generally on the foreground, while I ignore the background.

Duck Portrait

Duck Painting

Duck Portrait

Acrylic on Canvas, 2016
16″x20″

This is part of a series of “Animal Portraits” featuring animals that can be found around Indiana. I wanted to introduce people to the local flora and fauna, while also elevating them. It is very easy to treat small animals as pests, as intruders who should be eliminated. But I would argue they play a very important role in supporting our ecosystems.

Neon Tetra

Neon Tetra

Neon Tetra

Oil on Canvas
20 x 20 2016

Even though they are sometimes known as “walmart fish” that everyone buys in bulk for their first fish tank and hope they can keep two or three alive…I have a strong fondness for Neon Tetra fish. Their reflective stripes are hypnotic, especially when they swim in tandem.

In December 2016 this Painting was on display at the Harrison Center in Indianapolis as part of their “Blue Indy” show.