Artists-in-Residence (AIR) Program Spring / Summer 2020 Sarah Amos
Joan Mitchell Center Artist-in-Residence
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Enosburg Falls, VT
April 13 - May 13
Sarah Amos has been making multimedia prints for over 28 years. Originally from Australia, Sarah came to the US to study at Tamarind Institute of Lithography in New Mexico, where she became a master printer. Sarah works and lives in Vermont and maintains an active international exhibition schedule, while also collaborating with other professional artists. Sarah also teaches from her home studio year-round and is an Adjunct Professor at Dartmouth, Williams College, and Bennington College. She is a 2013 recipient of the Joan Mitchell Foundation Painters & Sculptors Grant.
“I am a non-conventional artist printmaker, constantly seeking to challenge and upend traditional stereotypes of what a print should and could be in the physical and intellectual sense. I have developed a personal vocabulary that explores ceremony and tradition, both real and imagined.”
Black Tausi, 2014, felt and bamboo thread, collagraph on felt with hand stitching, 78 x 64 x 3 inches
Rousseaus Kitchen, 2014, felt and bamboo thread, collagraph on felt with hand stitching, 78 x 64 x 3 inches
Blue Isabelle, 2018, felt and bamboo thread, collagraph, 84 x 66 x 3 inches
Double DUTCH, 2019, felt and bamboo thread, collagraph, 84 x 64 x 3 inches
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