She put in a lot of hours on these masterpieces she submitted. There are examples from her figure drawing class, Watercolor independent study, Printmaking and Photography.
The watercolor is of church pews and the light coming in on the floor through the stained glass. Of course the photographs are of Molly, Sarah's roommate Whitney, and of Les and I. Perhaps you saw them on her blog.
Here's a print of our niece, Bobbie done as a relief printing process with linoleum.
Remember the Teaparty Molly hosted back in August? Sarah was the event photographer and used the photographs for her theme in printmaking.
How to make a print, in my own words (so Sarah may correct me): the artist transfers the design to a piece of linoleum, wood or a zinc plate, then carves it out. Then, depending on what kind of print is desired, ink is applied to either the high or low places and the original is pressed on paper to create the print. It was fearsome to see Sarah with a sharp, pointy tool in her hand, carving away at a thin sheet of wood that wanted to slip away from her. Not only were her fingers in jeopardy but also my dining room table!
I think Sarah's an awesome artist, but then, I'm her mom and perhaps a bit prejudiced. I'll bet they'll let her in, don't you?