Sabra Field

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Our selection of Sabra Field prints is always changing.
Please contact us if you are looking for a particular print.

Snow on Snow on Snow

Snow on Snow
on Snow
8" x 8"

Snow Brook

Snow Brook
9" x 9"


Small Red Boat

Small Red Boat
7" x 7"

Greening

Greening
7" x 7"
Heading for Shelter

Heading For Shelter
7" x 7"

Our Village

Our Village
8" x 8"

Still Snowing

Still Snowing
7" x 7"

May Mountain

May Mountain
5" x 5"
Twilight

Twilight
9" x 9"

Soft Landing

Soft Landing
8" x 8"

Seaside

Seaside
4" x 4"

Mountain Lake

Mountain Lake
5" x 5"
Wolf Moon

Wolf Moon
8" x 8"

Mountain Winter

Mountain Winter
1
5" x 10"

Lake Farms

Lake Farms
1
5" x 10"

September Corn

September Corn
7" x 7"
Snow Light

Snow Light
15" x 10"

Blossom Light

Blossom Light
15" x 10"


Cloud Light

Cloud Light
15" x 10"

Leaf Light

Leaf Light
15" x 10"

Going Home

Going Home
5" x 9-1/2"


Valley of the White River

Valley of the White River
4" x 12"
Lakescape 1

Lakescape 1
6" x 4"
Lakescape 2

Lakescape 2
6" x 4"
Lakescape 3

Lakescape 3
6" x 4"
Lakescape Suite

Hay Day

Hay Day
15" x 10"

River and Stars

River & Stars
15" x 10"

Valley Snowfall

Valley Snowfall
15" x 10"





East Barnard, Vermont

Sabra Field is considered Vermont’s most famous artist and one of America’s most accomplished printmakers. Her landscapes quietly symbolize the harmony that can exist between humanity and nature. Since 1969 Sabra has maintained her home and studio in East Barnard, ten miles north of Woodstock. For more than thirty years Sabra Field has refined her skills of observation and cultivated an astonishing ability to recall images -- "collective shared images," of the Green Mountain state. Sabra now prints using digital inkjet technology, typically called a giclee (g-clay). Giclees are printed digitally from her original woodblock images. She has been awarded Middlebury College’s Alumni Achievement Award and an Honorary Doctorate. Sabra has also been named an extraordinary Vermonter, received the Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts and the St. Johnsbury Athenaeum Award for the Arts. Middlebury College, Sabra’s alma mater, has a collection of every piece that she has ever printed.

All Sabra Field prints are framed in custom made cherry frames sourced from Vermont Hardwoods, except for Snow Light which is framed in black to compliment the highlights of her image.








The Woodstock Gallery is located at 6 Elm Street, Woodstock, VT 05091,
802/457-2012, info@woodstockgalleryVT.com
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Gallery hours are Mon-Sat: 10-5 & Sun: 12-4:30