Sarah

About Sarah

Sarah Pozdell has been working with art and artists since 2004. As Artful Home’s Director of Marketing, she is passionate about discovering new, exciting works of art and helping others find pieces that they love. Sarah enjoys filling her home with beautiful artwork that speaks to her.

Dressing for Adventure

If you're like me, you love the adventure that comes with travel. Maybe it's a quick weekend away with old friends or perhaps it's the globe trekking adventure of a lifetime — either way it's important to be comfortable and have plenty of flexibility in your clothing while being able to stay true to your personal style. None of us want to have a [...]

By |February 15th, 2017|Apparel|1 Comment

right piece, right size

You have a wall that needs "something." You know you want something special, something that illustrates your personality, something that uniquely represents your home, and, on a more practical side, something that fits the space well. Where do you even begin? There are so many beautiful pieces of artwork out there that it can be overwhelming if you simply dive in. These four tips [...]

By |September 28th, 2016|articles, Design|0 Comments

questioning what we see: tim harding

I’ve been with Artful Home for years – over a decade, which is a long part of our 30 year history. Tim Harding is one of the artists that has been with Artful Home for even longer, and is one of the artists that I - as a lover of fiber art - immediately gravitated toward. Harding, who lives in Minnesota, is a well-established fiber [...]

painting hunches: brian kershinik

When you've seen as much of the world as Brian Kershisnik has you don't tend to put yourself into a box or limit your inspiration. Kershisnik started his life in the central United States and by the time he had graduated college he had also spent time in Angola, Thailand, Pakistan, and Denmark. Even after seeing so much of the world, Kershisnik was unsure [...]

intersections: georgia and joseph pozycinski

Husband and wife. Glass and bronze. Marine biology and technology. These are just a few of the intersections in the world of artists Georgia and Joseph Pozycinski; intersections that magnificently come together to create masterful sculptures adorned with water birds, small mammals, and other creatures. I don't know if the Pozycinski's have actively chosen a path to bring antithetic concepts together into their work [...]