Spirit Winds

This coffee-colored piece captures the literal and symbolic power of horses throughout history.
created by

Sarah Janece Garcia

$65.00 - 120.00

Sarah Janece Garcia created by

Sarah Janece Garcia

read more about the maker

Wild Horses

Sarah Janece Garcia's equine work of art is part of a two-part series of paintings inspired by horses throughout history; view the companion piece, Reveler. Using only two shades of watercolor paint and a material that has inspired many of history's most creative thinkers--coffee--her piece captures the literal and symbolic power of horses throughout history. Native American tribes revered horses as mythical creatures, and in addition to caring for these majestic steeds, they trained them to work as their partners in accomplishing feats that would result in broadening the tribe's lives in many positive ways. To many, the horse remains a figure of freedom and an echo of the past, and this artwork was meant to embody the timeless qualities and energy of a steed galloping through the wind. Designed in San Antonio, Texas. Printed and framed in Portland, Oregon.

Sarah Janece Garcia

created by

Sarah Janece Garcia

location

New York

“My wish is for each painting to capture the freedom and vitality of nature in unexpected ways.”

Sarah Janece Garcia expresses her admiration for the natural world via heavily saturated watercolor paintings. Using a style that ranges from literal to abstract, Sarah's work is influenced by her passion for art in all forms, attraction to color, and adoration for nature's untamed splendor. "Nature's beauty enriches my soul and brings me comfort and happiness at the precise moment I need it," she says. "I feel very strongly that when I show love and respect for nature, nature always returns the favor."

Exclusive Made in the USA
Made from
acid free paper, BonanzaWood®, acid free ink, matte board
Measurements
17.75" H x 22.75" W; 16"H x 21" W
Ingredients
Item ID
27305

Still haven't found the details you're looking for? Check out our Product Q&A!

This is a made-to-order item. If you order today your item will ship no later than 8/28/2018.

At this time, this item cannot be shipped to P.O. Boxes or to APO/FPO or US Territories. Contact custom@uncommongoods.com with any questions.


also by Sarah Janece Garcia

you might also like

Related Products
Family Tree. Almost two centuries after Charles Darwin ...
Description:
Family Tree. Almost two centuries after Charles Darwin set sail on the Beagle, designers Jennifer and Mark Berlinger transformed their family's own voyage of discovery into a work of art. Fascinated with the connection between ancient fossils they discovered on ...
Surfin' USA. Obsession manifests itself in various ways. ...
Description:
Surfin' USA. Obsession manifests itself in various ways. For James Gulliver Hancock, it takes the form of a virtual road trip across the United States, where the artist happily examines, characterizes, and delights in the quirkiest qualities of a particular ...
Thank You for Being a Friend. Celebrating the ...
Description:
Thank You for Being a Friend. Celebrating the full picture of BFF life, this screen print features Sandra Dumais' playful heart illustration that offers a refreshingly honest look into cohort-ism. Sandra hand sketches, paints, and digitally draws a narrative interplay ...
Drop a Hint. From the elegant English Ivy ...
Description:
Drop a Hint. From the elegant English Ivy and swooping String of Pearl to prickly cacti and spiny air plants, all things green need a little TLC from time to time. The inspiration for this verdant illustration came at a ...
Can't Stop, Won't Stop. Headstrong women make good ...
Description:
Can't Stop, Won't Stop. Headstrong women make good heroines. This artful piece incorporates the quote "obstinate, headstrong girl," which describes Elizabeth, the lively protagonist in Jane Austen's classic Pride and Prejudice. Give it to the central female character in your ...