Sarah Frary is an artist thriving in Homer, Alaska. In 2015 she was commissioned by Bjorn Olson to render the entire Cook Inlet for his feature documentary film, Heart of Alaska. The maps are rendered in watercolor, brush pen, black ink and acrylic on arches watercolor paper. The artistic, flowing interpretations arrived from natural means of matching the breadth of the landscape with a personal style; a style that conveys the earth as a living, thriving, beautiful and worthwhile entity – a real and true and present paradise for us and our generations to love, cherish, and care for.
Sarah Frary is creating a site specific work on the title wall in the gallery for her first solo show called Lyrical Topographies. In 2015, Frary was commissioned by Alaskan artist Bjorn Olson to render the entire Cook Inlet for his feature documentary film, Heart of Alaska. Her opening will be April 1st from 5-7pm with her artist talk at 6pm. Lyrical Topographies will be up until May 4th.