Sara Hubbs

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Yesterday, Today, Tomorrow, 2010, discarded shoes, shawl, latex paint, & thread, approximately 34” x 24” x 8”
I Love ... , 2010, discarded shoes, joint compound, adhesive, & thread, approximately 13” x 18” x 4”
You Little Self Centered Thing, 2010, discarded shoes, cardboard, latex paint, & thread, approximately 11" x 12" x 4"
How High Can You Go?, 2010, discarded shoes, purse, fabric, & thread, approximately 25” x 18” x 6”
Untitled, 2010, discarded shoes, tarp, cardboard, thread, & spray paint, approximately 48" x 24" x 26"
Artist's Statement

I create assemblages from discarded shoes and other personal ephemera. The works bring together frayed lines of meaning to form abstract narratives. At times they broaden the scope, gently engaging with the self-reflexive nature of our contemporary world, other times, they become very personal. At all times they value the intuition and communication of the body and live somewhere between watching and interpreting.


Sara Hubbs is a multi-media artist working primarily in sculpture, painting, and video. She received an MFA from The George Washington University, (2008) and a BFA from Arizona State University (2000). Recently, her work has been included in shows at Lumenhouse, Gallery Satori, The Academy Show at Conner Contemporary in Washington, DC, and The MFA Biennial at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art. In 2007 she participated in the Cooper Union Summer Residency Program and will be attending the Vermont Studio Center this year.