Lot 166 - Sarah Arsenault - Crucial
Acrylic on Matte Medium Transfer
A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork
Signed on Verso
Sarah Arsenault is a British-Canadian artist based in London. She is a semi-abstract painter who explores human ecology. Her engagements within the environments that she experiences and the interconnectivity that exists among all things, are the prominent themes she explores. Working largely with Eco acrylic, ink and mediums Sarah depicts how she views the world. Her paintings and collages often explore the environmental crisis through a subtle lens.
MA Fine Art in Painting from UAL: Camberwell College of Arts, London, UK, 2020.
Bachelor of Fine Art in Drawing & Painting OCAD University, Toronto, Canada, 2019.
Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2022
Beyond Future Art Prize 2022, Top 18 Finalist
Hastings Museum and Art Gallery Open 2022, shortlisted
Unstuck, Cropredy, UK, August 2022
Ruth Borchard Self-Portrait Prize 2021, long listed
UAL Art Collection, acquired my work Convergence 1 for their collection
Subject to Change, Lewisham ArtHouse, October 2021
Journey into Unknown, The Copeland Gallery, November 2021
Solid Air Artists, no format Gallery, October, 2021
Represented by Singulart Paris https://www.singulart.com and Partial Gallery Toronto https://www.partial.gallery
Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork
The health of our natural ecosystems depends on pollinators, which include bees, butterflies and other small creatures. They are largely taken for granted, yet so important to our species well being. These paintings highlight the vital act of pollination, the beauty of the pollinators and through a subtle lens, the trouble they are in.
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