GLASS ART PHOTOGRAPHER
Sarah and I met almost 20 years ago at Tyler. While we were both at very dark points in our lives we formed a friendship through this that lasted for years. I don't have many fond memories or friends from that time in my life that but Sarah was one of the few who remained over the years. We kept in touch over the years and kept our bond, it was an unspoken bond we had, one that we both understood what the other was thinking or feeling without speaking it. I am greatly saddened by the news of her passing but I am great full to have shared time with such an amazing person. I hope you are at peace now sarah.
I met Sarah when she and my daughter were students at Tyler. More recently, we became close when I helped her pack up her apartment to return home to Mechanicsburg. It was a huge job for us and we talked and talked for for hours over several days. As a mother her friends, I took on more of a maternal role to her. I regret not taking a telephone call from her recently. May your soul sore high, sweet Sarah.
I met sarah at the 4/20 pizza party years ago had purchased a few of her pieces. she was so chill we built a friendship and she did a custom carved sherlock for me. she poured her heart into it for me, as i was goin through a lot at the time she wanted to bring it to life in art. forever greatful for her during a very difficult time in my life. she will be missed
Thanks for sharing ❤️🩹
I've made this space for people to share memories of Sarah. I first met Sarah in 2015 as Slinger's assistant. She was thoroughly involved in her craft and loved being a part of the Philly art scene. She was always nice to me and Ally when I would go to Krushmore to shoot or pickup work. She was a big supporter of my photography and early social media antics. I'm glad I got to know her and I'm saddened that she's gone.