Materials: Charcoal, pastel and pencil on paper. Wooden frame.
Size: 47” x 33” (unframed)
Sabrina Small is a mixed media artist with an emphasis on drawing and stitching. Her artwork, inhabited by Lovecraftian beings, speaks to the raw and grotesque nature of life on this planet. These personal representations are both autobiographical diaries and sensitive documentations of her past relationships and life experiences. In an imperfect, complicated world, both inside and out, Sabrina seeks solace and growth in the daily practice of creating order out of chaos through art.
Sabrina's work was selected for the “PEOPLE” group exhibition at FRIEDA (June 2022 – August 2022). She also participated in one of our ongoing community art projects "Dishing out stories".
Sabrina earned her B.F.A. degree from The Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore. Her work has been exhibited in museums and galleries in Berlin, Budapest, Hamburg, Los Angeles, Mallorca, Miami, Nanjing, Philadelphia, Sarasota, San Francisco, Seattle, and Stuttgart. She currently lives in Philadelphia.
You can find more of Sabrina's work at her website.
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