Size: 12.95"W x 19.02"H x 0.04"D
Year Created: 2017
I have a fascination for vivid bright colours and in many of my works I have incorporated many colours.
I have enjoyed creating scenes with plant and animal life and also have had fun creating kaleidoscopic patterns. I find when I am in the process of creating a work of art that I feel more at ease and less stressed.
"When you are pouring creative passion from your heart and mind to create in media - whatever it may be, it feels nice to know you are doing something special"
My name is Sarah Elizabeth Molloy. I am a Vango artist. Thank you for visiting my portfolio. Having more time to paint and explore aspects of my life have been made possible now. I love working with bright colours and many kinds of shapes. Since I took up painting again I haven't been able to stop. Its a wonderful feeling when a new idea comes to mind, its exciting and I can't wait to make a start. Other factors that inspired me to take a serious effort to try and paint again were family members – My Grandfather Webster Nash was a watercolour artist from lake Taupo in New Zealand and my mother Jeannette Walker was an oil and watercolour artist. Both were well known in Wellington – New Zealand. I remember when I was four years old being fascinated as I would watch my Grandfather paint. His studio was a very small space in between the garage and the entrance to the hallway in their house. Everything was in its particular place, there were so many assorted paints and paintbrushes, old watercolours stacked up and wooden painting frames. He captured such precious pictures of scenes on and around the lake and now, these scenes would not exist as lake Taupo has been developed so much over the last thirty years. Also I liked to watch my Mum paint too. One of the old bedrooms in the family home was converted into a studio. My mother spent many hours painting in that room. One thing that the dog would do would be to fall asleep right behind her where she was standing and painting at the easel. On numerous occasions Mum would nearly trip over the dog when she would take a moment to step back and review the progress she had made on her painting.