“The Buddhist Quartet” by Sarah Doremus
“Cliff Notes,” an exhibit of work by Sarah Doremus, will be on display at Isalos Fine Art in Stonington from July 30 through August 17, with a First Friday artist’s reception from 4 to 7 p.m.
Doremus, creates sculpture and jewelry, often blurring the line between the two, using found objects and metals. This show will feature a series of three-dimensional pieces interpreting philosophical concepts, sometimes humorously. Doremus, who claims to think with her hands, aspires to “poke fun at our collective angst-ridden human condition,” referencing influences as diverse as Kafka, Maya Angelou and Buddha. With Fine Arts degrees from Massachusetts College of Art and Northeastern, Doremus has exhibited and taught extensively around North America, and now lives in Deer Isle.
The artist’s reception is free and open to the public, taking place in conjunction with Stonington Galleries First Friday, featuring eight studios and galleries. For more information visit isalosfineart.com or call 367-2700.