In watching Sarah work over the last few months, it is obvious that she has found her inspiration. She has been pouring herself passionately (almost obsessively) into these current pieces. It is also clear from the overwhelming responses she is getting that others are moved by her passion as well. Sarah moved to Denver from San Francisco this summer, and although she is loving her new home, she is still homesick for her Bay roots. She misses the vibrant street art that The Bay is so well known for and she also misses being surrounded by such a diverse group of artists. She has found a particular lack of representation of women of color in the current sustainable art movement. She is hoping to bring a more exciting and dynamic design appeal to a traditional craft and to inspire and connect with other women of color who are also pushing these boundaries.