I am working on location as always. I specialize in watercolors but also
work in oils and acrylics. If you have any questions about our other products
(we have posters and notecards as well) please ask
me. Here are some of my watercolors of Seattle,
Pike Place Market and the Puget Sound.
Click on my husband
Michael Yaeger's page, Michaelyaeger.com Michael
is the writer/publisher of our calendar. He also wrote "The
Insiders Tour of the Market"(6.95 tax/ship incl) and, under
the name of Michael Dovell, "The Dahlia Connection," a
mystery set in the Pike Place Market (13.00 tax/ship incl).
You can learn about these books, MIchael's art, and a lot more
on his page. He is also Honorary Mayor of the Pike Place Market.
Click here to
visit the Mayor's page and learn more about the Market.
Upon graduating from
the University of Michigan, College of Architecture and Design,
Sarah worked as Assistant Buyer for the Lord & Taylor Art
Gallery of New York City.
In 1968 she went to
Rome to begin a series of oils depicting classical Italian cities.
In 1971 she marries
abstract artist Michael Yaeger on the Capitoline Hill, Rome.
They then travelled through France where they saw the countryside
that had so inspired her grandfather, C. Harry Allis, a noted
painter in the impressionist style.
After moving to Spain,
Sarah and Michael opened "Studio Solstone" in a 17th-centry
house in Altea, on the Costa Blanca.
In 1975 she initialed
a series of watercolors of Spanish villages. All her exhibitions
were sellouts and she now has collectors all over the world.
A top Spanish art critic dubber her and her husband "Los congncentes
de antique Espana" (friends of Classic Spain) for their work
in documenting Spanish villages.
The Yaegers left Europe
in 1979 and now have their studio on Bainbridge Island, where
they produce: "WATERCOLORS FRESH DAILY" ®
I specialize in watercolors
but also work in oils and acrylics. If you have any questions,
just ask me.
Since early times
this areas native Americans were literally cut off from the
rest of the country by mountains to the East and North, and
by the mighty Columbia to the South. Their pristine world was
connected to Alaska by the ocean. It was this isolation that
produced one of the most sophisticated self-contained cultures
know to man. This legacy is shared by the settlers who in turn
had to make just about everything they used themselves...from
wooden spoons to eventually BOEINGS. In fact, wooden spoons are
still made by hand at the Pike Place Market.
Our country centers
on Puget Sound, an inland sea filled with lush islands available
only by water. This area is verdant because the air is thick
with moisture condensed by the mountain ranges ( the Cascades
and the Olympics). The Cascades are anchored by Mount Rainier
which is so massive that it sustains its own glacial system.
From the top of the
mountain to the heart of the Market, we welcome you to Puget
Michael Yaeger Pres.,
Studio Solstone LTD.
Scrolling and don't forget: Send watercolors fresh daily.