Sarah’s favorite medium to work with is charcoal. These are a few of her charcoal creations.

If you are interested in buying a print of “What happens there doesn’t stay there,” you can do so at:
http://www.requestaprint.net/marines/gallery.php?searchText=rothschild&searchOption=ArtistName&btnSearch=Search
Prints are now available to order!
This site/company works with The National Museum of the Marine Corps (and other museums) to make prints available of various pieces from their art collection. Proceeds go only to the production labor and the museum; which is the only way Sarah will have it. Due to the sensitive nature and sacrifices made which ultimately led to “What happens there doesn’t stay there,” Sarah vowed long ago that she would never profit off of this piece; nor would anyone else. The proceeds the museum receives go directly to The Marine Corps Heritage Foundation, who oversees the museum and ensures the legacy and history of our Marines and this great country will live on, be taught to, and remembered by many generations to come.

3 Comments

  1. Kevin Crowley
    May 19, 2014

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    What a stunning drawing. Thank you. You are lovely and talented. I’ll keep my eye on the museum site as it wasn’t there today. Best of luck.

  2. Jerry Foley
    May 13, 2014

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    Do you have any plans to have prints of your “What happens there doesn’t stay there.” work??

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