Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Walk the Moon 16 x 20 Oil $2250

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Twin Oaks 12x9 Oil $850

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Nocturne 2 18 x 24 Oil $2950

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Tunnel Vision 30 x 20 Oil $3850

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Nocturne 1 9x12 Oil $950

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Corner Space 9 x 12 Oil $850

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Little Live Oaks 5 x 7 Oil $575 SOLD

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Gus the Bull 18 x 20 Oil $2700 Sold

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Old Roads, New Oaks 9 x 12 Oil $850 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Moonstruck 9 x 12 Oil $850 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Hay Barn 5x7 Oil $375 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Peace of Spring 20x30 oil $3850 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

"Harper Skies I" 5x7 Oil $375 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Dappled 20x30 Oil Sold

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October Skies 16 x 20 Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Willow City Loop 5x7 Oil Sold

Sara Winters

Sara Winters

Boerne Outback 6x9 Oil Sold

Sara Winters

Born in Fredericksburg, Texas back when it was still a sleepy little German town, I spent half my childhood trying to get away- only to find myself settled down not far from there. (How cliched.)
The Texas Hill Country influences everything I do. I love the scraggly live oaks, the flint, the limestone, the heat, the cicadas whirring their summer serenades. I’ve traveled the world over, lived in Dubai, Colorado, Washington, Oklahoma and visited a mess of states and countries in between. But nothing compares to home. I live and work in Harper, Texas with my husband, two boys, five barn cats, twenty-eight black Herefords, one hunting dog and a catfish or two in the stock tank. 

My art education isn’t much to brag about. I didn’t care for art school so didn’t stick around there long. Looking back, I can see how helpful it would have been to have continued with a program, but I can also see the beauty of going one’s own way. I like to paint what I like and how I like, regardless of what I am told is the right or wrong way. I flail a lot. But once in a while I paint something I am proud of, something that is purely my own without anyone else’s dominating influence. 

I use a split primary palette because I love its simplicity and the continuity it gives my paintings. I didn’t start painting in oils until 2004, but I quickly fell in love with their forgiving nature and their buttery lusciousness...
and never looked back. 

Please call 830.307.3339 for further information and to inquire about pricing.

330 West Main Street 
Fredericksburg, Texas  78624     '
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