Sarah Sutro, a painter and writer, focuses on natural and India ink drawing, acrylic, and watercolor painting. Her work includes portrait, abstract and color field landscape, and quirky ink drawing. She earned her BFA from Cornell and Yale, and MFA from the University of the Arts, London. With shows in Boston, New York, San Diego, Berkeley, Belgrade, Bangkok, Montenegro, Dhaka, and London, her work is collected in the United States and internationally. A recipient of a Pollock Krasner grant, Artist Resource Trust, and Cultural Council grants, Sutro has been a resident at the American Academy of Rome, MacDowell Colony, Ossabaw Island Foundation, Millay Colony for the Arts, Blue Mountain Center, Art Dulcinium Montenegro, and the Goetemann Residency. She has taught as visiting and affiliate professor at many colleges and universities including Emerson College, Mass College of Art and Design, Lesley University, A.I.B. and MFA in Visual Arts Programs, Museum School, Cornell University, Union Institute and University, and Art Institute of Boston. For many years she wrote articles and reviews for American Arts Quarterly, and currently works as a freelance editor. Sutro is the author of COLORS: Passages through Art, Asia, and Nature (Blue AsiaPress) and Études (Finishing Line Press, poetry).
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