by Sarah Moran
|Format:||A2 (42,0 x 59,4 cm // 16,5 x 23,4 in)|
|Quality:||250 g/m² uncoated fine paper|
|Print:||Offset print, without frame|
Sarah Alice Moran is a painter and native New Yorker who lives and works in Brooklyn. She received her BA in fine art and art history from Bowdoin College and her MFA from the Massachusetts College of Art and Design in Boston. Confronting contemporary life and human history, Sarah's work emerges from studied observation, humor and imagination. She has shown works nationally and internationally in New York, California, China, Italy and Spain. She has received fellowships to attend The Wassaic Project residency in NY and the Can Serrat residency in Spain.
This work is originally a monotype, a traditional type of print process that creates only one print, that was made while Sarah was at the Can Serrat residency in Spain. For this body of work, Sarah borrowed from universal symbols that hold weight across cultures. By combining these images in different compositions a new mythology develops that holds an open meaning for each viewer.