Sarah Uhl is a self-taught artist from Carbondale, Colo. She uses art as a tool to convey environmental and humanitarian messages, working in partnership with brands and organizations like the Access Fund and Conservation Alliance.
Her diverse background includes being a professional cyclist that afforded her a world championship title at age 18. After cycling, she worked in the outdoor industry in brand management and event production roles. At the age of 30, Sarah forged her own path as an independent artist, using diverse mediums, including illustration, watercolor paintings, live art performances, map making, writing, and poetry. Her most recent focus is the intersection between creativity and nature.
For more about Uhl or to order her work, go to her website, sarahuhl.com.
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