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November 3–26

Sarah Higgins




First Saturday, November 4, 5–9 pm


Sunday, November 19, 2–4 pm 

Come hear Sarah share her aesthetics, inspiration, and process in creating the work in this exhibit.



216 North Market Street

Frederick, MD  21701 



Fridays & Saturdays, 12–9 pm

Sundays, 12–5 pm 

or by appointment

(301) 696-8187 

"Swirl", 12x12"

ENTROPY—lack of order or predictability; gradual decline into disorder. While many artists work on a theme for an exhibit, my good intentions to do so tend to fall into disarray. One idea leads to another and yet another. What if I add texture, change the line, go geometric, or subdue the palette and the adventure begins.


Much of my work starts out rather spontaneously with a series of lines; spaces are filled, lines removed, shapes changed, colors blended. A lot of thought goes into this, for me art is about problem solving and knowledge of design is a large part of this. On the other hand I do not strive for absolute order or perfection. In fact it is more to the opposite—flaws are human and entropy is inevitable.

Artist's Bio

"Winged", 16x16"

"Morning at La Sabranenque"
by Tom Semmes

"Amelia", 24x30"

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