Maybe, acrylic, fluorescent and phosphorescent paint on panel
Abstract Only, at the Wailoa Center, Hilo, HI, October 2 - October 29, 2020
Online auction closes July 23!
Make Studio's Now See Hear, Baltimore, MD, July 7th - August 7th. View online, via window, or by appointment.
Abstract Mind 2020, Czong Institute for Contemporary Art Museum, Gimpo-si, South Korea, February 12 - March 1
Reused and Recycled, Site: Brooklyn Gallery, Brooklyn, NY,
November 1 – November 30, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, November 1, 2019 from 6-9PM
Portal, bG Gallery, Santa Monica, CA, October 19 - November 5
A surrealism group show
Left Space, 1100 Wicomico St, 7th floor, Baltimore, MD October 5 - 6
A group show of MICA's Graduate Studio Art alumni and professors.
Repurposed at Arthaus Projects, Friday July 5 – 27th
Art of Fandom at Imurj, Friday, July 5 - Sunday, July 29
See my work in Taos & London:
March 23 - April 13
Greg Moon Art, Taos
Bones & Pearl Studios, London
Read the Gazette article here for Touchy-Feely, which I curated.
Illuminate, Target Gallery, Alexandria, VA July 20 - September 2.
Read The Washington Post review here, my work is highlighted in this group show.
The Bright Side, a solo show at Mainsite Gallery, Norman, OK Oklahoma December 8 - January 12, 2018. Read the Gazette article here.
MFA thesis show runs from June 23-July 10th on the 3rd floor of the Fox Building, 1303 W Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217.
If you'd like to hear about my work, my thesis talk is at 7 pm on Monday July 3rd, 131 W North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201.
Solo show opening March 24th, 7 - 8:30 pm in the Gateway Building, Maryland Institute College of Art, 1601 Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore. Work will be on display until April 13
Groundwork is a two-person exhibition by Sarah Clough and Erin Barach at make Studio in Baltimore. Through very different approaches, both artists make work about the fundamental connotations of physical sensation. Visitors are invited to question the boundaries of their optic and haptic experiences through participation and contemplation. The artists explore the concept of what is happening "below the surface", interpreted through refracted light, semiotics, layered textures, or the ground on which we stand.
During First Fridays in Hampden on November 4th, there will be an opening reception from 6-8PM with sound/musical performances following 8-10PM including Brooklyn based There Are No Thieves in This Town. There will also be deicious food from The Arthouse!
OKC Beautiful brings A.R.T. to the Paseo
The Art in Recycled Trash (A.R.T.) Show originated in celebration of America Recycles Day and now spans beyond November 15 to celebrate recycling year-round!
Recycling is the easiest thing we can do to save energy, conserve natural resources and create green jobs. Together we can make recycling bigger and better 365 days a year.
We hope to see you at the opening event on Friday, November 6. There will be drinks, food, and of course recycled/upcycled art.
A.R.T. will be on display from November 6-23, 2015 at SixTwelve, located at 612 NW 29th Street in Oklahoma City. The exhibit will feature pieces of recycled and upcycled art. Come see work from local artists, as well as student artists from the metro area.
Ortega y Gasset Projects, 363 3rd Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11215
Ortega y Gasset Projects is pleased to host The Gaps Between Us, an exhibition of work by MICA Low-Residency MFA candidates Damon Arhos, Sarah Clough Chambers, Suzy Kopf, and Kirk Daniel Palmer. The exhibition runs from Friday, August 21 to Sunday August 30. There will be a reception for the artists on Friday, August 21, 6-8pm. The exhibition will be open for viewing on Saturdays and Sundays 1-6pm or by appointment.
Working from traditions of painting, the artists in this show use the formats of painting to explore a diverse range of themes related to contemporary American culture. These include leisure culture, personal histories, queer identity, and the nature of perception. A unifying theme of the work is the relationship to traditional approaches to painting, while simultaneously pushing the limits if the medium's scale and material presence. Perhaps most importantly, personal friendship unifies this group of individuals, each of whom occupies a different age bracket and each of whom have a unique biography. Their identity as a group speaks to the potential for visual art to diminish separateness and create new paths of communication among individuals who are otherwise quite different from one another.
This exhibition is organized by Ortega y Gasset member Eric Hibit.
"Sarah Clough sprays, cuts, and ripples sheets of cardboard into haunting insect-like masks. Sutton Demlong interlocks wood beams most likely from a Baltimore row house; the beams cradle but threaten to pop a giant balloon.."