Artist Sarah Blodgett set for Open House Event.  Beginning on Friday, November 29th The Bird House, located on Salmon Kill Road in Salisbury, CT will play host to several of the area’s premiere fine art and photography artists. Among the honored presenters is commercial and fine art photographer Sarah Blodgett, one of the area’s most sought after photography artists who has essentially held a camera in her hands since the age of ten. Born in New York City, Sarah’s family moved to the Hudson Valley during the late 1960s and ever since Ms.Blodgett has been inspired by the landscape of the area’s natural world calling it the chief source of inspiration for her artistic venture as well as the “backdrop of her portrait work.” Over the years, Sarah’s natural skill for capturing moments that inspire has helped her business expand to include services for artists, publications, architecture and interiors, and even portraits and family photos. Her work is also among the most well traveled in the state where Ms.Blodgett has been exhibited at the Tivoli Artist Gallery in Tivoli, NY, Deborah Davis Fine Art Gallery in Hudson, Madelyn Jordan Fine Art in Scarsdale, Barrett Art Center in Poughkeepsie, as well as her own gallery in Millerton, NY. Sarah’s work has also seen more than its share of published esteem including Fine Gardening, Country Living Gardener, The Country, Catskill Mountain Region Guide, The Knot, Martha Stewart, The Sun Magazine, Berkshire Home & Style, Quest Magazine and 2wice Magazine. This Holiday season, as the temperatures in our area drop, and families travel to the Hudson Valley to be closer to one another, visitors to The Bird House will experience the opportunity to come closer to the world around them, achieve a more intimate connection with the beauty of the place we call home, and narrow our perspectives of art and photography.

Visit The Bird House on November 29th and 30th located on 448A Salmon Kill Road in Salisbury, CT from 11-6pm to get an up close and personal look at Sarah Blodgett’s work as well as the work of Tara Caiero and Karl Saliter with the opportunity for some gift shopping while you’re there!

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