Portraits

This portrait series is called “Citizen of the World.” The lofty goal is to make a portrait of everyone I know or have met even briefly. It’s a life-long project, obviously, and unlikely to ever be finished.

The idea started with linocut portraits (6 x 6 inches) I made of people I met in a community project (“Making Our Mark,” a SKILLS/SNAP collaboration) in spring of 2014. Since then I have photographed many friends and family.

If you want to be part of this project send me an email. My rule is that I must at least have a conversation with you for you to be included and I need to take the photo that the linocut is based on. In exchange for your participation, you get a hand-pulled print of your portrait.

 

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14 Responses to Portraits

  1. Anuish says:

    I love this series Sara! Your portraits are very interesting!

  2. Esther Ewing says:

    Can I sign myself up for a portrait?

  3. Sara Norquay says:

    Yes, Esther. You are on my list as is everyone I know. I will photograph you next time I see you. Your mother’s portrait is about to be printed.

  4. Love these Sara. I haven’t visited this in a while. Wow! A lot of beautiful work!!

  5. Louise S. says:

    This is amazing! You and I have shared more than just a conversation or an email! We go way back…. Please take my picture next time we meet!

  6. Judy Nilsen says:

    Next trip to Santa Barbara bring your camera!

  7. Dug says:

    Gorgeous series amiga! As always beautifully crafted with a love of the medium and subject.

  8. Nance Cole says:

    Wow! What a series…….I am so impressed!

  9. slnorquay says:

    Thank you, Nance. Next time I’m in SB I’ll see if you want to be included.

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