Blog - Holly Sage Art

Trust the Process

Trust the Process

Watercolor is at the core of Holly Sage Art.  The thing that first drew me to painting watercolor is just how peaceful it feels.  For a fiery broad from New York it takes a lot to help me zen-out, but the water and paint move across the page together like river stones in a serene calm and I reconnect.

When began painting with watercolor it was like nothing I had experienced.  There is very little ... Read the rest here

Holly Sage Art in the News!

Holly Sage Art in the News!

Howdy y’all!

We are so excited that Jackson Hole News and Guide published a story about our stickers!Please follow the link to read: Holly Sage Art ArticleEnjoy and shine on!!!xoxoxo, Erica and Mike... Read the rest here

Jackson Hole People’s Market – It’s all happening!

Jackson Hole People’s Market – It’s all happening!

Holly Sage Art launched publicly at the Jackson Hole People’s Market this past week!  We weren’t sure what to expect and to our surprise we were given a warm welcome from the community!  Mike sold stickers like wildfire and met so many lovely folks in the process.  People suggested putting our stickers on guitar cases, laptops, water bottles and cars.  Since then I have to say the ideas just keep on pouring in for us ... Read the rest here

Art that moves…

Art that moves…

Once upon a time…

When I was teaching art classes to NYC gang members (that’s right, I was hardcore for a little while) – they used to tell me all kinds of stories.  One of my favorites was about their times tagging New York City subway cars.  Their eyes would light up, “me and my boys tag our art all over the cars and then race from stop to stop.  It’s insane! It’s like a ... Read the rest here

Risk it

Risk it

Most great journeys begin with great risk. We have to let go and allow our hearts to be vulnerable in order to receive the precious gifts of the universe. Often with vulnerability there comes possible receptivity to pain – therein lies the challenge. True risk takes trust and letting go.

When, at 34 years old, I packed up my entire life and headed west, I never could have known just how profoundly it would change ... Read the rest here