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Sara Henry Wall Art

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Fiesta (black) Fine Art Print
Fiesta (black)
23" x 17"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
Fiesta (green) Fine Art Print
Fiesta (green)
23" x 17"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
Fiesta Fine Art Print
Fiesta
23" x 16"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $54.99
Sale: $27.49
Love Fine Art Print
Love
17" x 22"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $54.99
Sale: $27.49
Sedona 1 Fine Art Print
Sedona 1
17" x 23"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
Sedona Fine Art Print
Sedona
17" x 23"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
Sedona Sun Fine Art Print
Sedona Sun
17" x 23"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
Sedona Town Fine Art Print
Sedona Town
17" x 23"
+ Multiple Sizes
Price: $61.99
Sale: $30.99
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Sara Henry holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the University of Alaska Anchorage. She also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from the State University of New York at New Paltz. While at the State University of New York, she discovered exciting and new ways of building multifaceted sculptures using combustible materials, ceramic casting slip, metals and oxides. Ontology, current events, geology and existentialism are her motivations for material choices, techniques and concepts. Her work is material exploration and a formal inquiry that delves into the connections between nature and humans and investigates our surroundings and our history. She says that humans are explorative, imaginative, and complex beings. We are travelers, investigators, lovers and builders,. We destroy and create— tear down and build— fall apart and come together. We are doers and thinkers; determined to locate our exact philosophical and physical place within the universe.

Sara is interested in the dichotomy between imagination and investigation, the imaginary world and the physical world, the effects of time, and how these places and concepts converge within the gamut of visual art. She uses experimental burnout and casting techniques to create 3D ceramic paintings in the forms of walls, towers, tiles and orbs. In her artwork, she arranges ceramic materials, combustibles, and clay inside plaster molds. The process of kiln firing alters the materials and creates void jagged spaces, unique textures and shimmering colors. Her sculptures symbolize our history, our complexity, our evolution, and investigate our hidden thoughts and emotions within.
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