Sarah Sullivan Sherrod (b. 1989) is a textile artist based in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Sarah combines her background of weaving, painting, and color theory to create work that celebrates the importance of play, as seen in both her process and aesthetic. Bound by the limits of the loom and materials, Sarah welcomes a heavy dose of improvisation to the rest of her practice. Each phase of creation is like a game itself, using the conversations between colors and shapes to complete the puzzle of the final work.
About this collection: “Lunch Spot” is a series of six handwoven, painted canvases and a nod to the best meal of the day and the best place to get it: the deli.