“2020: the world is still beautiful: texas silos” by sage gallagher (ig: @sagegsartgarden)
8”x10” oil on canvas, black frame ready to hang
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despite this crazy and difficult year my family and i took a driving trip across the US (wearing masks, of course). in texas we loved the wide open spaces, the windmill farms, the cattle, and seeing these grain silos. i wanted to capture the variety of colors in even a simple scene. when we look for it we can find beauty anywhere.
sage gallagher enjoys painting any subject: the figure because of her interest in and love for humanity; landscapes that tie her to nature and allow her to experience changes in light and terrain. she studied humanities as well as painting, photography, and dance at BYU before raising her five children. she lives in the red desert of Southern Utah with her husband and four unmarried children where she is inspired to continue exploring all forms of creation. sage’s work has been shown in boston, new york, the springville museum of art, the bountiful davis art center, the sears gallery, and a traveling show sponsored by the utah arts council. her art has won awards and been featured online and in calendars at segullah and big ocean women.