Sarah Clawson was born in Dallas, Texas and lived in a small city south of there for 20 years. After a brief 3 year stay at Fort Bragg, North Carolina, Sarah moved back to Texas, this time to Crowley for 10 years. Granbury was the next stop for her and she plans to stay for good.
Photography has been her main focus since 2004, and her work over the years was featured in California Wildlife, Sun Magazine, and Cardthartic. Now Magazines has also featured her work as covers for the past 8 years and counting. Sarah has been awarded for her photography with both Silver and Bronze awards by the international competition The Portrait Masters. She was juried into the 2019 Rio Brazos Art Exhibition as well.
A self-professed “Jack of all Trades”, Sarah has dabbled in numerous mediums all her life until finally finding a home with resin and oil. Currently, she draws inspiration from the natural world and has been working to perfect her resin pours to reflect geodes and agates.
“Resin pours make me happy inside. The way the light dances across the surface and makes it sparkle is truly beautiful. Resin can be so unpredictable and each pour is a scientific experiment.” -Sarah