Textile artist and interior designer Sarah Gibson Wiley uses her artist’s eye, her fondness for bright colors and a myriad of inspirational fabrics to create unique works of art.
From photographs and conversations, using her unique perspective and skill, she interprets her clients’ stories and brings them to life. Sarah uses an original art form to convey emotion and create lasting memories.
Creativity is in Sarah’s DNA. Her mother is an artist, her grandmother a sculptor. Her Great grandfather Charles Dana Gibson was creator of the Gibson Girl in the 1890s and Nancy Lancaster, her great aunt, started Colefax & Fowler, the influential British decorating firm which codified the English Country House look.
From pillows to framed art, Sarah’s distinctive pieces capture people, pets, special rooms and places, invitations, family portraits and houses in a singular, highly stylized way.
Sarah lives with her husband and two cairn terriers in Richmond, Virginia.