Influenced by her grandmother, who was an art restorer, Sara.H was captivated by art and took an interest in painting at an early age.
Nature and music played major roles in her childhood. By age thirteen, her interests and talents emerged with the illustration of children’s stories, written with her two sisters. Encouraged by those around her and by professionals, she exhibited her drawings and paintings. Her meeting with the artist DeLaPerouze marked the opening of her first studio.
At age twenty-nine, sculpture became a vital medium for her artistic expression. She discovered the attributes of modeling and bronze, passionate about the desire to breathe into matter the fantasy and magic she feels in nature, music, and life. With this passion, perseverance, and constant search for perfection, Sara.H succeeded in creating numerous works animated by emotion.
“My lifelong goal is to be increasingly truthful in my art,” Sara.H states.
In 2000, she met Etienne Chatton, curator of the International Center of Fantasy Art. He offered Sara.H his astute advice and encouraged her to start creating monumental pieces. Today, the art studio and gallery that she shares with DeLaPerouze includes several of Sara.H’s large-scale sculptures. Both artists receive regular requests to create important art pieces for a diverse range of institutions and communities.ts receive regular requests to create important art pieces for a diverse range of institutions and communities.
For Sara.H, the natural propensity of her art can be described in the unique saying:
” Sculpture is a music that is listened to with the eyes
and played with the fingertips. "