Friday, February 13, 2009


By Sarah Phippen

Thursday, February 12, 2009

Mirror Art: Young Love

By Sarah Phippen

Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Yesterday, I went on a field trip for my art class to the American History Museum (the museum my teacher wanted us to go to originally was closed, she doesn't check up on those kinds of things very often, so they just took us to AHM instead.) At first I was disappointed, because I REALLY love art, but my friend Sarah and I ended up finding some BEAUTIFUL gowns that had been worn by first lady's a t different events. Later our teacher took us to the mall for lunch, since the food there s much cheaper than the food you can buy in the museum, and we looked at clothes in Forever 21. Over all it was a pretty amazing trip. You can see the pictures below
    Dress given by Mary Lincon to her cousin Elizabeth Rodd Grinsley

Carol Channings Costume and Tony Award
       Rosalynn Carter's Inaugural Gown
Florence Harding's Dress
Lucy Hayes's Reception Gown

Sarah Polk's Silk Dress
Mary Lincon's Silk Dress
      Frances Cleveland's Evening Gown

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Mamie Eisenhower's Evening Gown

Jackie Kennedy's Evening Gown

Helen Taft's Inaugural Ball Gown

Monday, February 9, 2009


By Sarah Phippen
All by Sarah Phippen

This is probably one of my favorite pieces. This is a Mirror art of a model I found in a magazine, we were asked to do a mirror art of a person for our art assignment.

tWiLiGhT fAnAtIc!!!!

okay, im sorry, but how cool r these shoes????!!!!!!! I really love the Twilight series, and I didn't make these shoes, but I just had to put them up! They are AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!! Just look at the detail, and the shoes have my two favorite lines from the books written on them

Sunday, February 8, 2009

First Post!

This is my first post. I'm not really sure what I should write about yet, but I have been reading a lot about blogging lately. Many people seem to love it, and use blogging for many different purposes, so I thought I would give it a try. Talk to you later!