To remind us that without the contradictions in life, balance wouldn’t exist.
Sarah Sanders (Owner of Contrasted Content) is an emerging mixed media artist & body painter with extensive experience in fine art, installation art, music, mural work, body casting, video art, makeup, photography, frame design, cake decorating, and floral design. She has transferred body paints onto canvas, canvas work onto cupcakes, pastel work into video work, and prides herself on being able to make art versatile with the medium.
Born & raised in Mason MI, Sarah is a recent graduate of Lansing Community College with an Associate’s Degree in Arts Foundation and an Associate’s Degree in Art History. Sarah is not only an Opportunity Arts Affiliate, but she has won numerous awards including:
The Award of Excellence for outstanding performance and contribution to the 2014-2015 Art Gallery Exhibit & Celebration from Ingham Intermediate School District and Lansing Art Gallery,
The Certificate of Recognition for Outstanding Achievement in Visual Arts at Mason High School,
and The Outstanding Performance of Excellence in Visual Arts from Mason Public Schools and the Mason City Council.
As the winner of The 2017 Zimmerman Arts Fund Competition, you can also see her work displayed publicly & permanently on Lansing Community College campus in the Health and Human Services Building. Sarah’s work has also been seen at the Ingham County Fair Art Contest, MSUFCU Art Exhibit, Ingham Intermediate School District, From Soup to Art: A Fundraising Auction for Arts Initiative of Mason, and the Mason Emerging Artist Event & Exhibition.
In 2020, Sarah launched Contrasted Content, a public platform to showcase her upcoming projects. Contrast is a consistent theme within the basis of her work and has a deep meaning within the artist herself. In her words, “Contrast lies within every aspect of life, whether it be day and night, joy and sorrow, or love and hate. Contrasted Content’s purpose is to remind us that without the contradictions life brings us, balance wouldn’t exist.”