visual artist, painter
Sarah Sagarin was born in New York City in 1976. She attended the University of Montana where she studied visual art, religion, and philosophy. After spending a year abroad studying painting at Lorenzo de' Medici in Florence, Italy, Sarah received her BFA with a dual emphasis in Painting and Ceramics. In 2001 she returned home to NYC to continue her education in painting, and received her MFA from the New York Academy of Art in 2003. Sarah’s paintings have been exhibited extensively in New York City and she has shown internationally, twice exhibiting in Osaka, Japan with HPGRP Gallery. In 2016 she was included in The Bronx Museum of the Arts’ AIM Fellowship program and participated in their Biennial in 2017. She has several exhibitions slated for 2018 including Con-Artists Collective (LES), Pen & Brush (Flatiron District) and an upcoming solo show at RL Fine Arts in Chelsea. Her paintings are housed in several private and public collections, including the University of Montana’s permanent collection.