Sarah Pedry Obuchowski
Sarah Pedry Obuchowski's artwork deals with nature- particularly the nature of the American West, where she is from and where her family has lived for generations. Throughout her work, cycles and systems surpass sentimentality. Life and death, growth and decay, predator and prey are all carefully observed and depicted as equal parts beauty and beast. Taken as a whole, her work tells the story of a natural order, where serenity and fear co-exist and are guided and determined by the unchanging laws of nature.
Sarah received her BFA in painting from The Kansas City Art Institute. She then moved to Brooklyn, NY, where she worked in the Textiles Department at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, discovered heavy metal, and met countless inspiring friends and foes. After receiving her Masters in Fine Art from Maine College of Art, she and her husband David relocated to Colorado, where they now live and work amongst the chaos of their two children.