About grantLOVE Collaborations

 

For over ten years, the grantLOVE project has partnered with artists, designers, printmakers, and craftsmen to create limited-edition artworks based on Alexandra Grant's trademarked LOVE symbol. Each grantLOVE artwork and product benefits an artist project, arts education organization, or arts nonprofit. It is both a fundraising and a friendraising project, building partnerships and support between artists, non-profits, and community initiatives.

Sarah Zink

Sarah, a naturalized Texan and a professional quilter, embodies the phrase, “Why Not Have a BIG Life?”

BIO

As a naturalized Texan, Sarah embodies the phrase, “Why Not Have a BIG Life?” One of Sarah’s many passions is quilting, and she has been a professional quilter for many years, specializing in scrap quilting and art quilts. Sarah connected with Alexandra Grant when Sarah was the host of an online radio show, and was inspired to create her first “Love” quilt for an event that Alexandra was participating in to raise money for art programs for homeless youth. 

 

Since then, Sarah has produced several “Love” quilts. Sarah is an also international consultant, coach and trainer, focusing on communication, behavior and emotional intelligence. She is an author, blogger, jazz singer, competitive ballroom dancer and host of the “Sarah Says” podcast. Sarah founded “Sarah’s Bag Ladies” in 2017, which is a non-profit focused on converting used grocery bags into mats for the homeless.



Other information & links

Zinky’s Quilts and Crafts

 

Sarah Zink Business Training

Website

Twitter: @SarahZink

LinkedIn

 

Sarah Says Podcast

FB Live Videos

Twitter: @SarahZSays

Blog

 

Sarah’s Bag Ladies

Website

Facebook

Other Artists

Sarah Zink

andSons

Jesse Parrott

Adrénus Craton

Maggie Lomeli

Gray Area Print

Alexandra Grant

The grantLOVE Project