• AMP: Art Market Provincetown

    I'll have new work in an exhibition July 14-27, 2017 at AMP: Art Market Provincetown in Massachusetts.
    AMP: Art Market Provincetown

  • Awake in the Wild Experience hosted by the UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center

    The Awake in the Wild Experience (AWE) was introduced in Los Angeles with a half-day workshop in UCLA’s Murphy Sculpture Garden on March 15, 2014. Artist Sara Overton, who originated the concept for AWE, a mindfulness in nature art project, shared the vision for the full month-long program in LA. Mark Coleman, author of the book Awake in the Wild and co-creator of AWE with Overton, led participants in the mindfulness in nature practices. AWE is also in development for New York City. Landscape architects Tricia Martin (NYC) and Pamela Palmer (LA) will create the garden for AWE in NYC and LA respectively. Rice+Lipka Architects are serving at consultants to AWE.
    Awake in the Wild Experience

  • NURTUREart Annual Benefit

    Work selected for the Brooklyn arts organization's annual benefit to be held on October 28, 2013. The jury included Jennie Lamensdorf, curator of the Francis J. Greenburger collection at Time Equities, Inc., James Panero, Executive Editor at The New Criterion, Amy Smith-Stewart, Curator at the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, and Mark Tribe, artist and founder of Rhizome.
    NURTUREart Annual Benefit

  • AMP: Art Market Provincetown, Provincetown, Massachusetts

    Work included in the show which is up from October 8 through November 4, 2013.
    Art Market Provincetown

  • Second Prize 2011 CoCA Seattle Annual Exhibition Awarded by Gary Hill

    Work was selected for the Center on Contemporary Art Annual exhibition in Seattle, Washington. December 29, 2011 through February 24, 2012. Untitled, 2010, oil pastel, wood and panel, was awarded second prize by Hill.

    Gary Hill essay in the 2011 Center on Contemporary Art Annual catalogue:
    “For second prize I selected the untitled painting by Sara Overton. Given the current focus on new materials and technologies, politics or whatever might be considered the hip art of the day, there is something oddly heroic and difficult about this small work of art.”

    Jen Graves of The Stranger on the 2011 Center on Contemporary Art Annual
    “...an exceptional showing.”