Juried Art Program
“Deborah Sadler’s Paper World”
We are disappointed that you won’t be able to see her work in person, but the library’s April artist, Deborah Sadler, created a fantastic companion video to her exhibit where she provides expert insights and shares the inspiration for some of her most exqusite paper sculptures.
Harrison Council for the Arts presents: “Deborah Sadler’s Paper World,” paper sculptures by Deborah Sadler. Deborah’s paper sculptures depict a whimsical world of illustrations and imaginings often involving interactions with feathered or furry friends. She hopes they bring a smile to the viewer! All pieces are made with paper, hot glue and a cocktail stick or two.
Following a professional career as an archivist, Deborah Sadler has returned to her first passion, the Visual Arts. During the course of her archive career, she worked with many galleries and visual artists and is now relishing the opportunity to combine this experience with her art and design skills and is now enthralled with paper sculpture.
Deborah’s work can be found at The Village Art Gallery at the Black Cow, 4 Old Post Road South, Croton- on- Hudson.
Deborah was born in Northern Ireland, educated in England and now lives in New York with her husband and two daughters.
Online Drop-In Talk & Demo with Deborah Sadler
Fri. Apr. 17, 11:00am – 12:00pm
REGISTER FOR THIS PROGRAM
Register to join us online for this special art program via Zoom. A link will be emailed to you the day of the event.
Artist Deborah Sadler will show us how she creates her beautiful paper artworks. Attendees will have an opportunity to make their own paper art project including a paper chicken or two.