Sarah Barnett

Sarah Elizabeth Barnett is a painter from North Texas, presently residing in Washington State. Sarah earned her BFA from the University of North Texas in 2018 and later attended the 2018 Summer Undergraduate Residency Program (SURP) at the New York Academy of Art. She received her MFA in 2022 from Washington State University, where she taught for a year as an adjunct instructor. Sarah has exhibited both regionally and nationally, including the 2021 AXA Art Prize Exhibition at NYAA, MANIFEST in Cincinnati, OH, the Women’s Museum in Fair Park, Dallas, TX, and the Chase Gallery in Spokane, WA. She is also a 2023 recipient of the Artist Trust Fellowship Award. A devoted oil painter with a background in figure drawing, Sarah’s paintings are highly representational and heavily distorted, with themes revolving around mortality, self-preservation, the human body, and technology. Recently, she has contributed to several mural projects in her community and hopes to help make the arts more publicly accessible.

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