"I think many people take for granted what artists make and how important art is is everyone's life. I once said to my daughter when we were in a grocery store, "Imagine all the boxes without graphic artwork on them, What would the store look like?" I then said, when we were in the cereal aisle, "Think about the contents of all these boxes and what it would look like if the contents were exposed. Everything would be a shade of brown." When you take a close look at common objects in your home, you need to realize that some artist took the time to design practically everything you own, from your toaster to your teakettle to your hair dryer. Art makes life more fun and beautiful." William Kluba
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Sarah L. Luginbill is a self-taught painter who has a deep love for all things beautiful. A weathered house, or a newly bloomed flower capture her eye and end up forever on the canvas and paper.