This piece portrays the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil from which Adam and Eve ate the forbidden fruit. The serpent tempter is wrapped around the tree.The wine is a symbol for Christ and the blood He shed to save us from the sin that started in the Garden.
Wine is a symbol of Christ. This piece portrays Bathsheba watched by King David as she bathes. In French, the title says, “The Desire of the King. “King David had an affair with her and had her husband killed when she became pregnant. She later became King Solomon’s mother. Consequently, she is in the genealogy of Jesus.
This piece in the wine series portrays Delilah.She persuaded Samson to tell her the secret of his strength. She cut his hair off, he lost his favor with God, and his enemies captured him. The French in the background says, “The Strong Man.”
This piece is about Jonah. The fish and gourd reference his story in the Old Testament. The story of being in the belly of the fish is a shadow of Christ in the grave for three days. The gourd is also a symbol for the Resurrection of Christ. The title in French says, “Belly of the Fish.”
In this piece, the mermaid represents the dual nature of Christ. Just as He is man and God, she is human and animal. The pears represent the incarnation of Christ. The wine is a symbol of Christ and she is supported by the Rock. In French, the title reads “Dual Nature.”
In this piece, the wine is a symbol for Christ and the peacock is a symbol for immortality.The title in French says, “Immortal.”According to Medieval tradition, the flesh of a peacock would not decompose, so peacocks came to symbolize immortality.
This piece in the wine series portrays Rahab. She helped hide Israelite spies in the book of Joshua.As a reward, she and her family were spared in the upcoming raid. She was told to hang a red rope from her window so that no warriors would attack her house. She is in the genealogy of Jesus Christ.
This piece in the wine series portrays the Tree of Life as described in Revelation. The river of the water of life runs down the middle of the street. On each side of the river stands the tree of life bearing twelve crops of fruit and yielding the fruit every month. The leaves of the tree are for the healing of the nations.
In this piece the wine is a symbol of Christ and the peacock is a symbol of immortality. In the middle Ages, people believed that the flesh of a peacock would not decompose, so this bird became a symbol of eternal life. In French, the title says, “Eternal Life.”
Artist Market November 5th 10am-5pm Arts Council of Midland 1506 W. Illinois, Midland, TX
"Artizen Pop-Up Art Show" October 27-28, 2107 Palette Club, Midland, TX Friday 5-7pm, Saturday 10-4
"Immersion: The Art of Sara Drescher" October 20-November 11, 2017 MCT Gallery, Midland, TX
Studio Open House with Sara Drescher, September 23, 2017 Midland, TX
Drawing Workshop with Sara Drescher August 23, 24 2017, Midland, TX
Watercolor Workshop with Sara Drescher July 12, 13 2017, Midland, TX
"Saints Squared: The Art of Brad King and Sara Drescher"- March 2107 Kamiposi Gallery 510 S. Big Spring, Midland, TX
October 2016-"Resonance of Thoughts" wins 1st Place in Mixed Media at the MAA Fall Juried Exhibition
June 25th- "24 Frames" Live Event Lubbock, TX
May 17-June 12, 2016 "Treasured" accepted into "Texas Artists Today" Juried Art Exhibit Museum of the Southwest, Midland, TX
January 2016- "Sara Drescher Braswell: Modern Icons & Everyday Saints" CACE Gallery; Ft. Morgan, CO