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I sell beautiful high quality Fine Art prints of all my images worldwide. 
Square format ( *note most of my work is square)

12 x 12 inches - £42.00/ 64.00 USD
16 x 16- £55.00/ 84.00 USD
20 x 20 -£67.00/102.00 USD
24 x 24 - £78.00/ 119.00 USD
8 x 10 inches - £38.00/ 58.00 USD
12 x 16- £45.00/ 68.00 USD
16 x 20 -£57.00/ 87.00 USD
20 x 24- £65.00/ 100.00 USD

Prints are on Hahnemule Photo Rag Ultra Smooth Fine Art Paper (305g) 100% cotton printed with archival inks which give an ultra high quality with high resistance to fading.This is an exceptional paper with a heavy weight and a finish that makes the prints look even more like paintings.
You can find my most current images on my blog
(Quote the post title and image number from the sequence eg Wild 2)
or you can visit my website and quote the individual image reference number
http://www.wix.com/sarahjarrett/sarah
I take a great deal of care to ensure prints arrive by post in good condition.
I accept Paypal or cheques.
I send work by Airmail
giving individual quotes to each customer. As an example, a 12 x 12 print to Europe is £2.37/ 3.79 USD
to USA & rest of world £3.96/ 6.33 USD
Please email me to place or ask questions about orders
sarahjarrett@mail.com

Red, White & Black New Illustrations.......


Since Christmas I've been working on new illustrations for my agent ( Pure Design ) to take to New York for meetings with clients this week. I do like working under pressure as it forces you to think quickly and I've enjoyed producing a lot of new pieces. I particularly like the red, white and black illustrations of which I've posted a sample selection. Most of them are Christmas images. See what you think....
Its back to collage now, I'm just starting a job making a series of food collages commissioned by a client. I really like switching between different media as I approach them all quite differently. I've been drawing out designs and colouring and layering them in Photoshop on all the recent work I've done, now I'll be papercutting and pasting. My collages take a long time to build up - selecting and rejecting colours and surfaces and hours of snipping away with tiny embroidery scissors - its very rewarding though.
My studio feels cold today, even with the woodburner going and snow flurries keep blowing past the window. My brother is up at the North Norfolk coast collecting driftwood for his sculptures, thinking of that makes me glad to be working inside.....

Butterflies





I've been working on the theme of Butterflies for a while recently and have all three of these images for sale in my Etsy shop. I think they are such an ideal decorative icon, I never get tired if trying to interpret them in different ways.
My favourite is the large collage butterfly to the left. I particularly like the colours and I used a lot of sweet foils in the collage which gives it a really shiny surface.