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About Sabrina Samuel

Hi There! I am a visual artist and I work in multiple mediums including oils, watercolor, Indian Ink, photography….and whatever else looks good and is fun to work with. I am also a Naturalist…I love being outside and sharing the wonderful things I find outside with others.

5 thoughts on “About”

  1. You are so talented!! I love the site! Your paintings are beautiful.

  2. What a wonderful gift you have! I’m so excited to see you using it for writing icons. Hope to see some of your work in person next time we cross paths. Hopefully you and your husband will join us in Canton for our Installation Service next month.

  3. Love what you are doing and would like to hear/see more. I am working on a project, that may be of interest. Please email back, if possible.

  4. Hello…my name is Dan Evon and I recently saw a article about you in Georgia Living magazine. I love what you do…and I just wanted to say hello and let you know that I make reproductions of Renaissance frames that are museum quality and would be perfect for you art. I’d really like to email you some photos.

    My frames are gilded with six layers of patina…they are stunning and look old. If you can send me a link…I will send photos right away. I’m sure you’ll be amazed.

    Regards,

    Dan Evon RestorationStyle@MSN.Com

  5. Sabrina – I am impressed with the beauty of these pieces. There is a clear sense of vision of the “beyond” and the “sublime”. I too look forward to see more of your work. I’d like permission to post your Christ and Terebinth icon on our Biblical Botanical Gardens Society home page (www.bbgsusa.com) .

    I’ll give full attribution and link the readers to your site.

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