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Art Resume

Brandis Sarich was raised in San Francisco, buy viagra drugstore California.  She attended U.C. Berkeley, cialis medicine where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in architecture.  After graduation, view she ran the Sun Valley Horsemen Center, fulfilling her need to have animals as a core part of her life.  It was during those years when the animals in her care became the principal subjects of her paintings.  Sarich has built an exceptional high-profile clientele and continues to build upon her body of works as a seminal animal artist and divides her time between Sun Valley, Idaho and Maui, Hawaii.

A three and a half minute video about Brandis and her art.

Brandis Sarich, Artist

1991 University of California at Berkeley, B. Arch. Magna Cum Laude
1989 University of California at Santa Cruz. Art and Physics major
1986 French American Bilingual School, San Francisco, California

2015 Ketchum Art Fair, Juried Show, Sun Valley, Idaho

2013 “Going to the dogs” juried group show at the Hui Noe’Au, Makawao, Hawaii
2013 Ketchum Art Fair, Juried Show, Sun Valley, Idaho
2012 “Art Maui” Keynote speech titled “the meaning of art” featuring one of my dog portraits2012 Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts, Juried show. Lake Oswego, Oregon
2012 Ketchum Art Fair, Juried Show. Sun Valley, Idaho
2012 “Joyful Paintings of Relationships and Love” Green Antelope, Bellevue, Idaho
2011 Ketchum Art Fair, Juried Show. Sun Valley, Idaho
2011 Banyan Tree, Juried Show. Lahaina, Maui
2010 Ketchum Art Fair, Juried Show. Sun Valley, Idaho
2010 Banyan Tree, Juried Show. Lahaina, Maui
2009 Sargent’s Dog Show, Lahaina Maui
2006 “Dedicated to my dog Beverly” Ketchum, Idaho
2005 “Dog Show” Ketchum, Idaho
2004 “Idaho Big League Goats” Ketchum, Idaho
2003 “Goat Show” Ketchum, Idaho


2014 The Oregonian “Costco now selling commissioned pet portraits online by artist Brandis Sarich.”

2014 The Huffington Post “19 things you never knew you could get for your home at Costco.”

2014 “Art Dogs 100 Postcards” by Robynne Raye (available at

2013 Idaho Mountain Express” If I only had a home”
2013“Animal Shelter’s Dog Days of Summer Gala”
2013 The Valley Sun;” Dog Days of Summer Gala”

2012 The Weekly Sun: “Inspired by the human animal bond.”
2012 Toledo Blade: “Guest artist guides St. Joseph School students to completing pet projects.”
2012 Sylvania Advantage: “Artist in Residence brings Astropup to St. Joseph School.”
2012 Portland Society Page: “Art Lovers flock to 49th Annual Lake Oswego Festival of the Arts”
2012 Times News:”At the Ketchum Arts Festival: Bronze Vessels, Pet Portraits, Raku Gods”
2012 FETCH For the Love of Pets:“It’s Not Just a Painting: Astropup Animal Portraits”
2011 Idaho Mountain Express: “Bellevue opens up for art.”
2011 Times News: “Sun Valley artist interprets Bo Obama for fundraiser”
2011 Tails from the White House Lawn: “Bo Obama, “America’s First Dog,” painted by Brandis Sarich to raise funds for World Vets’ Japan relief efforts.”

2012 Artist in Residence. St Joseph’s Sylvania, Ohio

Costco Online Fine Art Department
Green Antelope Gallery, Bellevue, Idaho
Dave Norton Fine Art, Ketchum, Idaho
Images Fine Art, Lahaina, Maui
Banyan Tree Gallery, Lahaina, Maui

Gallery Oscar, Ketchum, Idaho

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Please call Brandis at (808) 344-0255 or call Kevin at (808) 344-1181. We are nice people from Hawaii who look forward to talking story with you. Our late summers and Fall are usually spent in our Summer Studio in the mountains of Idaho.
Brandis and Kevin met at the UC Berkeley School of Environmental Design, and have been an architecture duo since 1989. Licensed in both Hawaii and Idaho, the team brings their organic site specific approach to design to two very different climates. The couple has worked on many high-rise commercial projects in San Francisco, and use that knowledge to administer all their projects professionally. Their focus is on the most essential unit in architecture: single family custom homes that are well suited to the climate, site, solar orientation, neighborhood, and clients dreams.
Fine art is a natural extension of the creative architectural design process. Understanding three dimension and communicating that into two dimensions is the essence of the architect's mind. Commissioned studio pieces priced from $5,000-$20,000. Original field sketches and landscape oil paintings from $500-$20,000.

Many thanks to the family, friends, and ohana who encourage, inspire, and support us: Ellen, Lizzie, Whitney, Vicky, Johnson, Jorjan, Tamsin, Franny, Ingrid, Dana, Fred, Jean, Tamsin, Clark, Pete, Lil, Kahu, Susan, Jim, Barb, Andre, Christine, Paul, Laura, Mason, Alex, Buzz, Lisa, Debbie you are the foundation of my community and your help is invaluable. And a big thank you to our patrons. Your support is the lifeblood of our creativity.