about

about

Sarah Ammons started her post secondary education in drawing and painting at Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, along side her rigorous pursuit of art history, and philosophy. After receiving her Bachelors of Fine Art with honors from Queen’s, she was accepted at the San Francisco Art institute, where she completed a two year Masters of Fine Art in May of 2014. During her time here, Sarah received a Murphy and Cadogan Contemporary art award and scholarship, in addition to merit based graduate grants from SFAI. Upon her graduation she was awarded the Graduate Fellowship Award at the Headlands Center for the Arts. Currently in her studio in Santa Rosa at 33 Arts, Sarah continues to explore themes of psychoanalysis, love/loss and the struggle of relationships in her work through various techniques in contemplative drawing and painting.