Bells Canyon

Bells Canyon - Sarah Farr - age 22
Bells Canyon – Sarah Farr – age 22
Bells Canyon - Sarah Farr - age 22
Bells Canyon – Sarah Farr – age 22

Bells Canyon, Utah was kind of a spur of the moment hike. I wanted to go somewhere new. Little did I know, going somewhere new often means getting lost. We made it to the first reservoir without difficulty, then wandered off to an area that looked paved and trail-like until it got smaller and smaller and eventually disappeared. We did find some gorgeous areas that few people have ever seen. It was a fun little hike, but someday I will have to do the real thing.

Farr Out Fine Art Etsy Shop

Upon completion of my most recent sculpture I’ve decided it’s time to open shop. Visit my store here www.etsy.com/shop/FarrOutFineArt. I’m selling candle holder sculptures as well as dreadlock beads made from the amazing translucent orange alabaster. Serene Stonework candle holder sfarr-4_21_13-2411-2

Angels Landing

Angels Landing - Sarah Farr - age 22
Angels Landing – Sarah Farr – age 22
Angels Landing - Sarah Farr - age 22
Angels Landing – Sarah Farr – age 22
Angels Landing - Sarah Farr - age 22
Angels Landing – Sarah Farr – age 22
Angels Landing - Sarah Farr - age 22
Angels Landing – Sarah Farr – age 22

I visited Angels Landing, Utah under unfortunate circumstances, though I am still very happy I got to experience it. My uncle passed away suddenly, so we planned a trip to St. George for the memorial and to scatter his ashes. He asked to have his ashes scattered on top of Angel’s Landing, a hike he and his brothers did when they were younger. Choosing to have your ashes scattered in such a place is a great idea. It brought the family together and got us to do something that probably would have never happened otherwise. It was an amazing hike! When people call it “extreme hiking” they are serious. The last stretch where you have to hold onto chains to keep from falling was pretty scary for some of us. I loved every moment of it. We even got a great family photo when we reached the top. The tragic event, in turn, gave us a great family experience and was a beautiful way to bring us together in his memory.

Serene Stonework

Serene Stonework Candle Holder
Alabaster candle holder with candle – Sarah Farr

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Translucent orange alabaster stone sculpture hand carved into a candle holder. It was chiseled, rasped, drilled, scraped, filed,  sanded, and oiled. This will be for sale as soon as I get my online store up and running.

It was accepted to the Woodbury Art Museum and will be on display March 26-April 27, 2013.

Joe the Cat-Faced Spider

Joe the Cat-Faced Spider top view - Sarah Farr - age 22
Joe the Cat-Faced Spider top view – Sarah Farr
Joe the Cat-Faced Spider front view- Sarah Farr- age 22
Joe the Cat-Faced Spider front view- Sarah Farr
Joe the Cat-Faced Spider - Sarah Farr - age 22
Joe the Cat-Faced Spider – Sarah Farr

Say hello to Joe the Cat-Faced Spider. 18″ x 9″ wire sculpture.

It was accepted to the Woodbury Art Museum and will be on display March 26-April 27, 2013.

Mikey and Bynx

Mikey and Bynx Sarah Farr age 21
Mikey and Bynx – Sarah Farr – age 21

My nephew, Mikey and bunny, Bynx in an adorable Easter photo. 10×10 graphite on bristol board. The original is not for sale.

Tea Time

Tea Time Sarah Farr
Tea Time – Sarah Farr – age 21

Contour line drawing of a miniature top hat. 8×10 graphite on bristol board. The original is for sale. It is on display in the Woodbury Art Musesum March 27-April 28, 2012

Time Lapse

Love Bugs

Love Bugs Sarah Farr
Love Bugs – Sarah Farr – age 21

The fourth and last in my series of 8×10 Ginger paintings. Done with acrylic paints. The original is SOLD. Giclee prints 8×10 stretched canvas with 3/4″ edges personally signed and numbered are $50 each. Only 10 available.


Why do we treat animals like animals?
How can people be so inhumane?
Cows and chickens work to feed us,
Dogs and horses show they need us,
And though cats don’t always heed us
Their affection is plain.

What do we do? We neglect them,
We do nothing to protect them,
We reject them, don’t expect them
To complain.
We ignore them or we beat them,
When we’re hungry then we eat them,
It’s appalling how we treat them,
It’s insane!
-Dr. Dolittle

Playing With Ginger

Playing With Ginger painting sarah farr
Playing with Ginger – Sarah Farr -age 20

The third in my series of Ginger paintings. The original is on 8×10 canvas with acrylic paints. The original is SOLD. Giclee prints 8×10 stretched canvas with 3/4″ edges personally signed and numbered are $50 each. Only 10 available.