I first saw Sarah Meyers Brent’s flower paintings about five years ago at an open studios. I was immediately drawn to her large pieces depicting moody florals dripping down the canvas. Her bio says she is attracted to the wilt and decay of dried flowers. I recently read an Instagram post by one of my favorite Boston area floral designers who urged her followers to embrace flowers at every stage. Sarah obviously does. I love that.
I was lucky enough to work with her when we featured a dripping flower painting at the Webster & Company showroom. Some of her work is spare, with a background peeking through, while other paintings are so textured and layered they’re truly three-dimensional. Sarah also does cool fiber sculptures that included upcycled kids clothing; these seem to grow out of the wall.
Sarah Meyers Brent is represented by Kate Kostopoulos at Chase Young Gallery in the SoWa Arts District in Boston. Her solo show “Curious Cultivations” runs through October 31, 2020. You can see it in real life or online. You can also tune into her Zoom talk this Thursday evening.
Zoom Live Artist Talk with Sarah Meyers Brent
Thursday October 8th – 6:00pm – 6:30pm
Dripping Plant VI
Acrylic on Canvas • 50 x 40 inches
Acrylic on Canvas • 48.5 x 66 inches
Found Objects & Mixed Media • 48h x 30w x 30d inches
Floral Dance II
Acrylic on Paper • 11 x 15 inches
Put a Bird On It
Acrylic & Graphite on Paper • 11 x 14 inches
Stay At Home Rainbow
Acrylic on Board • 10 x 8 inches
Acrylic & Mixed Media on Board • 11.25 x 9 inches
Acrylic & Charcoal on Canvas • 30 x 40 inches
Ice Cream Scoop
Acrylic & Charcoal on Canvas • 48.5 x 66 inches
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