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sarah dueth

Studio Building
Studio Interior
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Studio Location
Blue of Clubs 65x50 inches oil 2011
The Carousel 48x30 inches oil 2011
Queen Anne's Lace 58x54 inches oil 2011
Future Doctor 50x36 inches oil 2011
A Star 24x18 inches graphite acrylic 2011
Artist's Statement

A series of "GIRLS"... continuation.....


Sarah Dueth grew up in North Carolina.
She graduated from Boston University (SFA) in 1997 with special distinction, a Dean’s Scholarship, and a full summer residency at Yale University’s School of Music and Art in Norfolk, CT.
She was awarded a Mortimer-Hayes Brandeis traveling fellowship in 1997 to study Aboriginal art for a year in Australia. Upon return, she moved to Brooklyn and began to build a new body of work, while working in NYC for Christopher Spitzmiller, and Stephen Weiss.
In 2002, Sarah became a mother, and shortly after, moved to Warsaw, Poland for 2 years with her husband. Upon returning to the states in 2007 she began the voluminous “Girl” Series. She has exhibited in Boston, NYC, and New Jersey. Sarah has donated her work to raise money for foundations such as the Lance Armstrong Foundation. To see more work visit Sarah lives and works in the suburbs of Manhattan.