Artist. Author. Educator

Welcome Friend!

Hello! I am a gal who loves a midwest sky at sunset, our sweet golden retriever, Mac, anything creative, and my family. 

What do you think that my family teases me incessantly about? Hint... it is usually inside the refrigerator! Click the "My Story" below to find out the answer! 

Hand Lettered Art

Hand lettered prints & signs, watercolor prints, and so much more! Much of the art is made to order so you are receiving a one-of-kind art that will bring joy to your home.

Restore The Joy

"Restore the Joy: 30 Days of Hope, Faith & Joy" by author Sarah Stevens is a 30 day devotional that will help people who feel a need for restoration in their lives.

Blog posts

Love Can Win

Love Can Win

I sat blankly staring at the screen of my laptop off and on for hours yesterday. I was frozen with indecision of how to write this blog.  I wasn't sure where or how to start so that I convey my heart of hearts and don't offend or anger people. Instead I wanted to be say some things that are hard, heartfelt, and honest. But because of the current divisiveness in our country I had no idea how to achieve the result I hoped for. So, after some prayer and watercolor art therapy I just started typing... sharing my heart and I hope that you all accept it with the intent it comes with. If you know me at all I think you will. Here goes.....
August 17, 2017 — Sarah Stevens
A Reason To Sing

A Reason To Sing

One year ago today, at high noon, I sat in my super cool mom van {don't laugh!}, sobbing and yelling... at God.  I had just left an appointment that was the last ditch effort to find any stinkin' thing to relieve my pain caused nerve damage done during the surgery to remove a portion of my kidney.  The caring, good-hearted acupuncturist had just told me, with kindness and sadness, that if the 6 treatments we had already done had not changed the pain in the slightest that continuing would be futile.  They had not changed it.  Not one bit.  
June 06, 2017 — Sarah Stevens
Foggy Glasses

Foggy Glasses

Folks, listen.  We are all biased when it comes to which "side" of things we land on.  We all believe so firmly in what we hold dear that we often put on the fogged up glasses when looking at a situation, thus our view of it is not quite as clear as it could be.  We tend to let these lenses get smudged lots from taking these glasses on and off all the time, which makes our view even more cloudy.
January 11, 2017 — Sarah Stevens

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