Sabra’s latest work, Snow Moon II is now available.
“Winter Twilight, Norwich University” is an image commissioned by the school to celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2018. Here I am unveiling my work at the recent opening celebration with President Richard Schneider and my studio manager, Jeanne Amato. (Photograph by Granthia Preston) It is a large mural installed in their newest, high tech building as […]
This is a stunningly beautiful all-ages book about grieving that can accommodate varied belief systems. Read more here.
Dear Collectors, On this glorious day in Vermont we find ourselves gazing at the flower gardens and glimpsing the baby goslings swimming in the pond beyond our gallery. We hope you are looking forward to the summer months as much as we are. Although we won’t be holding our annual Collectors’ Show this year, we […]
Enjoy this video created by Vermont PBS celebrating those who have helped us along the way….our mentors. You will find me with printmaker, Jeanne Amato, who I have mentored over the past 30 years and has been my printmaking assistant and is currently my studio manager.
MIDDLEBURY — The first words of a new exhibit celebrating one of Vermont’s most recognized artists sum up the seeming dilemma: “What can one say about Sabra Field’s work that has not already been said?” Read the rest of the article at vtdigger.com
The Christmas rush is upon us! To guarantee Christmas delivery please note that orders must be placed before December 17th. Visit the gallery today to choose the perfect print to tuck under the Christmas tree. Wishing you a peaceful Holiday Season and a Joyous New Year. Sincerely, Sabra
We are pleased to announce that the documentary “Sabra” has been chosen as a finalist in the 2015 Middlebury New Filmmakers Festival!
Date & Time: October 24, 2015, 1:30 PM Place: Main Street Landing Black Box 60 Lake Street, 3rd floor Burlington, VT Price: Free ($5-$10 Suggested Donation) “Sabra” Documentary | 2015 | 57 min Director: Bill Phillips | Exec. Producer: Bill Stetson Former Vermont governors Howard Dean and Madeleine Kunin have called Sabra Field the state’s […]