My drawing, “Being,” depicts my nieces, embracing amongst a surreal cosmos. This piece represents the intimacy of sisterhood and the creative potential of individuals, set against the infinite scale of the universe. I believe our ability to create and think symbolically is the defining feature of our existence; a spectrum of experiences awaits in the unknowable future, of which we author.
Washington DC, USA, 1988. Visual artist.
Sarah Jamison received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2010 from the Corcoran College of Art + Design in Washington, DC. In 2017, her work was featured on the Smithsonian’s Folklife website as part of the 50th Anniversary of the Smithsonian Folklife Festival. Sarah’s solo exhibitions include IA&A at Hillyer and Latela Curatorial, both in Washington, DC. She has participated in numerous group exhibitions in and outside the metro area and was voted 2018 Best Visual Artist in the Washington City Paper. Sarah continues to live and create in the Nation’s Capital.