White Cellars is dedicated to supporting the local artist community. We
offer a full line of artist labels for each type of wine sold.
Periodically, we hope to have artist parties where the art, artist and art
lovers come together as a way to collaborate and share views of the world.
White Cellars is currently looking for more artist to join the family with their
ideas and uniqueness. Please contact us if you are interested in joining.
Barrick was born in 1982 in Northern Virginia. She and her family moved to
Atlanta in 1997. Sarah’s artistic endeavors evolved as a studio art major with
a concentration in photography at Georgia State University’s Ernest G. Welch
School of Art and Design in Atlanta, GA. She graduated in the spring of 2005,
Summa Cum Laude, with a presidential award. She was also awarded undergraduate
photography student of the year. After
working as an artist and photographer in the metro Atlanta area for 5 years, she
relocated to the town of
Issaquah, WA in August, 2007 and made another move to West Seattle in September
of 2008 where she currently resides with her 9 cameras and two cats.
Daniel earned a
Bachelor of Fine Arts from the University of California at Los Angeles, School
of Motion Picture and Television in 1985. He worked for the next ten years in
the L.A. film industry. Daniel received the Silver Bear Award for Cinematography
at the Berlin International Film Festival for My Place in 1983, and the CINE
Golden Eagle Award for the Spirit of a People documentary in 1994.
In 1989 Daniel took a keen interest in digital media and began to learn
interactive and digital graphic design. That Interest bloomed into time as lead
designer for Earthquest Interactive and then as CEO of the Multimedia Design
Firm Planet X Productions. In 1992 he and his wife moved to Seattle where
he was quickly recognized by Microsoft and earned the title as Creative Director
of Microsoft Studios.
Daniel left Microsoft in 1999 to pursue Fine Art full time. He's since had
multiple solo gallery shows and seen internationally.