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the artist


yoga. art. wanders.

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the artist


yoga. art. wanders.

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Sarah Pierroz is a Canadian artist and international arts educator, first teaching in Cairo, Egypt and then onto the Friuli-Venezia-Giula and Veneto region in Italy, at the United World College of the Adriatic.

She is now based out of South East Asia. Her work has been exhibited at a number of group shows in Italy, and featured in a fundraising platform, through Art Lift Studios, for mountain communities in Nepal. She was recently awarded the artist residency placement at Quetico Provincial Park from the Canadian Government. Her work is in private collections worldwide.

Much of Sarah's art explores the subtle sense of expression and feeling deep within the body, inspired by her studies in yoga and movement. She tried to tie her passion for the human form, an innate love of nature and thirst for rich poetry. 

"Art is not a pleasure, a solace, or an amusement; art is a great matter. Art is an organ of human life, transmitting our reasonable perception into feeling." ( - Leo Tolstoy)

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 ART LIFT studios is a platform created to help artists raise funds for causes close to their hearts.  


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the cause


helping communities in Dhading, Nepal with earthquake relief efforts

the cause


helping communities in Dhading, Nepal with earthquake relief efforts

Rajendra Subedee worked hard as a trekking guide and then eventually formed his own successful trekking company. Feeling compelled to make a difference, he decided to take in a few children from his home village of Dhaling, who were facing quite harsh conditions, and helped them get the education they needed to make their way in the world.

He started the Orphan and Children Education Association of New Nepal (OCEAN Nepal) in 2005, and after a time the government sent him more children to care for. The group operates a children's home in Kathmandu which supports education and provides loving care to over sixteen children.

Now, Rajendra's concern and passion are directed to the welfare of entire families in Dhading, his home community, levelled by the 2015 earthquake. Many people lost their homes and still live in makeshift remains of the housing they once had. His goals are to help rebuild the village's schools and community centres, and work for better shelter and medical care. He is also supporting single women in need.

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