Thanks, all, for taking a look at these images of my work. You can get in touch with me using this contact form or email at I’ll do my best to get back to you as soon as I can, but I a) am one person, b) have no studio assistants, and c) am averse to sitting at the computer (wouldn’t we all rather be out walking the greyhounds?).

Here just might be the answer you are seeking:

1) The sculptures are one of a kind. So there is just the one. I may have something similar because I often work in a series. But once a piece is sold, it’s sold.

2) I am not taking orders at this time. This may change. Best way to know about that is to sign up for my email list. I won’t email you a bunch and there’s a link to unsubscribe in every email if you tire of hearing from me.

3) That also means that the best way to hear about when the store is restocked is to join that same mailing list. The mailing list always hears about the sale date and time first. Always. Always.

That more or less covers the most frequent email questions. Thanks again for your interest in my work! I’m forever grateful…


  1. Karen Jones
    March 8, 2011

    Dear Sarah,
    As a Greyhound and Whippet lover, I blissfully stumbled upon your sight. I have never been so moved as when seeing the heart and humor of your work. Your piece “Soul Mask” completely embodies my husband and his whippet. I want so desperately to be able to buy it for him. I see that it has been sold. I am heart broken. Will you ever do another one? Is your latest work Smoke 22-5 for sale? It also is exquisite! Please let me know what you have available. I would love for our family to have a piece of your work in our home.
    Thank you,
    Karen Jones

  2. Vicky L Formaro
    October 18, 2016

    Whippet laying with head 9n front paws. No glazw, please per my previous emails–

  3. Daryl Knox
    January 8, 2019

    Hi, Sarah,

    I am Daryl Knox, an old friend of your dad from our army days in Germany. I was the lone witness when your mom and dad were married at a court house in Illinois–in 1969–I think. Last year I sent your parents a letter and I also answered a short, cryptic email that your mother sent to me but since then, I’ve heard nothing more. Are they OK? Hope to hear from you even if I don’t hear from them. Thanks.



  4. Patty Anderson
    June 20, 2019

    Hi Sarah. I am contacting you for a slightly different reason. I inherited a lovely hand-painted pedastal fruit bowl from the 1930’s (roughly) done by Anna B. Snavely. I inherited it from my dad, James Lewis Kilgour, who lived in Lancaster, PA. I got the feeling that Anna B. Snavely was a distant relative of the family. I was just a kid, so never paid much attention.

    I now have the bowl in my possession. I can send photos tomorrow to this address. the photos are on my phone. The bowl is really quite lovely with gold bands around the top and bottom.

    Just wondering if you might know who Anna B. Snavely was? There can’t be that many Snavely’s with a ceramic/potting background.

    Your pieces are indeed quite lovely, especially to those who have greyhounds or whippets. Best of luck. Patty Anderson

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