Sara Lytle has been abolishing blandness forever. Most likely her entire life.
It all began over thirty-plus years ago in the ad biz, which became a party and event design biz; followed by a segue into the world o’ fashion, with one-of-a-kind crocheted wearables, debuting in NYC and Paris. Then something odd hit….after a diagnosis of rheumatoid arthritis, Sara gave her weary bod a rest, tucked away the crochet hooks, and dove back into her original art form, finger-painting! Go figger. Sara’s wild work is now found in private and corporate collections internationally.
Morphing still, Sara has now hitched her wild paintings with digital work. Thanks to mucho & not-so-gentle nudging from friends and daughter, Haisly, Sara has now created wacky greeting cards! The first line o’ cards, CAWDS, is based on Sara’s abstract images of crows.
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Haisly, the behind the scenes force of CAWDS, and Sara, are tickled that you too want to ABOLISH BLANDNESS!