The board of the Liverpool International Theatre Festival has chosen Queens County artist Sarah Webber to design its 2018 awards.
Sarah grew up in Hants County, drawing, painting, taking photographs and riding horses.
Since then, she has lived in Quebec, Ontario, and, for the last 21 years, in Queens County.
Over the years, she has continued to paint, draw and photograph, always displaying a keen eye, a meticulous touch and desire to learn new things.
Two years ago she had the opportunity to learn the art of stained glass, and has accepted several commissions of her beautiful and original designs. She has officially moved into her new digs, Rock Bottom Studio, in Mersey Point, Queens Co. She says she is honoured to have been chosen to create this year’s LITF awards.
The awards will be a stained glass Jester Fish mounted on a post fixed in a wooden block.
Here is a video of Sarah creating the awards.
The board of directors of the 2018 Liverpool International Theatre Festival called for submissions earlier this year to design the festival’s awards. Artists from around Nova Scotia specializing in various media submitted designs to the competition.
The awards will be presented to participants from around the globe and will serve as a one-of-a-kind Maritime keepsake for each winner.
Ten awards will be given during the festival.