Welcome to Peachtree Southern Kitchen, a new stop on the Hop this month! They are joining us for the December 8th Holiday Hop in a big way: with 3 full floors of art!
The artwork is by Sarah Dalesandro, a Memphis native who recently moved to Hudson.
Sarah is an intuitive artist who paints mainly by color, and allows for shapes, patterns, and textures to naturally unfold onto the canvas. While she is not in control of what the final piece will look like, she leads the dance with her brush. She believes this process is not only healing for her, but also results in artwork that naturally gives off a healing “vibe” for the viewer.
Sarah has participated in a number of artistic events including the Memphis Main Street Trolley Night, the Memphis Broad Avenue Art Walk, Columbus’s Short North Arts District, and a show in the Chicago area. She also taught abstract painting classes at Co-Motion Studio in Memphis.
She graduated from the University of Memphis in 2006 with a Bachelor’s of Fine Art degree and a concentration in Graphic Design. She subsequently attended an Art Therapy graduate program in New Haven, Connecticut, where she participated in Art Therapy with refugee children, stroke patients, and recovering addicts. It was through these experiences that she began to witness the innate healing power of art making. Ever expressive, she uses her background in Graphic Design and Art Therapy to draw out the emotional essence of life into her art.
Sarah lives and paints in Hudson, with her husband Nick and toddler Vivian Rose.
Peachtree Southern Kitchen is a unique dining experience in Hudson. The new owner, David Rishel, is enlivening this historic Main Street location with Southern cooking, creative cocktails, locally sourced ingredients, live music, and local art.
Peachtree Southern Kitchen & Cocktails
200 N Main St, Hudson, OH 44236