Bold, dimensional, and organic, Sarah Amos‘ latest artwork is called Collograph Constructions. Moving beyond two-dimensional works on paper, this collection mixes natural materials such as felt, canvas, linen, hemp, and jute to form a striking narrative that immediately catches your eye. Often large scale and mural-like, Sarah was inspired by her trip to Central Australia, as well as exploring simple yet unconventional materials and printmaking techniques to translate her ideas.
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