If artist Sara Richard is at a comic con I am attending, I will always find her. Hopefully that doesn't scare her into avoiding the midwest. Our first interview with Sara was in 2012 and can be found at On the Beat with Sara Richard.
Sara provided illustrations for Kitty & Dino a children's book. How appropriate, since she loves dinosaurs. She has done work for My Little Pony, Gem and tons of other stuff.
People always ask me what my favorite piece is from each artist. With Sara, that is especially difficult, but I would have to say Rapunzel. It is just fun, cute, whimsical and more.
I do wonder what Sara would do with some harder-edge subjects like wrestlers. Her work is flowing and light. I'd love to see her take on them, but I am sure she would capture their spirit. I'd also like to see her take on the Johngy logo.
Aside from her beautiful creations, Sara just seems like a person you'd like in your group of friends. She always seems to be doing fun and adventurous stuff. She also lends her talents to various charitable causes.
For more info on wer, go to SaraRichard.com. You'll see a lot of her wonderful creations, as well as getting updates and some of her humor thrown in. too.
Sara Richard and me in Novi, MI-May 2015.