Meet Sarah!

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Sarah (center) with Julie Burros, Chief of Arts and Culture for the City of Boston and Fay’s son, Appy Chandler. 

One of our newest artist members, Sarah Meyers Brent, has a lot of great things going on, and we are proud to share her news so you may get to know her better. Sarah showed a solo exhibition, Salvaged Garden, in our Center Gallery in July. Her paintings and sculptural installations use organic forms to create intense, gestural expressions.

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Sarah with Erin Becker, Director of the Cambridge Art Association, on the show Creative Process in October. 

Sarah received the Fay Chandler Emerging Artist Award in September. This honor, in memory of a generous and prolific artist, was bestowed at Boston’s City Hall. In October, Sarah and her work were featured on “Creative Process,” a show on Cambridge Community Television. You can watch it here.  She is currently working on a body of work to be exhibited in a solo exhibition at the Danforth Art Museum taking place March 6 to May 16, 2016.  

You can meet Sarah and view her art in person THIS weekend at the Joy Street Open Studios. Visit Saturday and Sunday, November 21 and 22, 12 to 6pm, at 86 Joy Street, Somerville, MA.

 

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About Kingston Gallery

Kingston Gallery features contemporary art by New England artists specializing in a diverse range of media including painting, photography, sculpture, and installation. The 30+ Kingston artists exhibit in our three on-site gallery spaces; the Main Gallery, Center Gallery, and Kingston Project Space. Kingston is an artist-run gallery space incorporated in 1982 and supporting a schedule of 22 shows per calendar year plus several special events and group shows. Kingston Gallery takes its name from its original location on Kingston Street near Boston's Chinatown. In the mid-1990s, the gallery was one of the very first to relocate to Thayer Street, anchoring what has since developed into the vibrant SoWa Arts District of Boston's historic South End.

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