Sara Sosnowy

The artist Sara Sosnowy paints abstract compositions that are characterized by their blazing color and Op Art-esque exploration of dynamic geometries. Taking her patterns from disparate sources—sometimes textiles, sometimes foliage or other natural forms—the artist embraces repetition but eschews absolute precision, leaning instead toward an organic, charmingly imperfect progression of shapes. Sosnowy's work has been presented at such international venues as the Museo de Arte Contemporaneo Esteban Vicente in Segovia (2009), the Davis Museum and Cultural Center at Wellesley College (2004), and the Drawing Center (1999) and White Columns (1997) in New York.

Click here to read about Sara Sosnowy's solo show at Lesley Heller Workspace.