Sarah Barnett: Euphoria

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Sarah Barnett: Euphoria

March 19 - April 14, 2018

Voertman's Gallery

1314 W. Hickory Street, Denton, Texas 76201 Get directions

An exhibition featuring works by Sarah Barnett.

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    Euphoria

    *A Collection of Work by Sarah Barnett*

    The intent of this exhibition is to explore concepts of vulnerability, anxiety, and pain in both an ethical and spiritual sense, often through a psychotropic lens. Though relatively vague, the work is meant to pose questions on the paradoxical relationships of love and suffering, life and death, and the notion of sin and morality. While it visually communicates a sense of unease and suspense, simultaneous feelings of intimacy and introspection exist as well. There is a fine line between opposites when feeling with such intensity.” – Sarah Barnett

    About the Artist

    Sarah Barnett is an emerging artist from the DFW area currently living in Denton, Texas and studying fine arts drawing and painting at the University of North Texas. She will receive her B.F.A. in the summer of 2018 and plans on continuing her education at a graduate school. Sarah was recently accepted into the New York Academy of Art’s summer residency program and was given a full scholarship to attend. She has done a variety of commissions including portraiture, pet portraiture, children’s’ book illustrations, and three different murals for churches and businesses. In 2018, Sarah was nominated and awarded ‘Best Painter’, by popular vote in this year’s 2nd annual Denton Arts and Music Awards.

    While visually her paintings evoke a sense of intensity and separation, a lens of intimate introspection suffuses and bathes her figures and foliage’s with amity. Generally, her art explores themes of vulnerability and anxiety in both a religious and spiritual sense. Though relatively vague, the work is intended to pose questions on paradoxical relationships by examining such themes as, suffering, death, love morality. While visually her paintings evoke a sense of intensity and separation, a lens of intimate introspection suffuses and bathes her figures and foliage’s with amity. morality. While visually her paintings evoke a sense of intensity and separation, a lens of intimate introspection suffuses and bathes her figures and foliage’s with amity.

    Sarah works predominantly in oils on canvas or board, watercolor.

    Sarah is currently open to taking commissions and sells prints of her work. If you have any questions, please contact her via email at sarahbarnettart@gmail.com

    To view more of Sarah’s work, please visit her website or Instagram:

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    Instagram.com/sarahbarnettart

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