Whether it’s her paintings or assemblages, they almost always possess a whimsical tone, a sense of humor or irony, but underneath it all lays a strong sense of intellect. In her Flying Carpet series, suspended objects create strong compositions that few artists can master to scale. These common everyday objects transcend into a mural of three-dimensional delight. They are endearing as well as enduring. In her piece, Time for Fun, she takes childhood toys and creates a very serious work of art that demonstrates her ability to reshape their simple message into an artifact of nostalgia. Educated at the Herron School of Art, Sara’s fantasy-like paintings are reminiscent of Marc Chagall’s work. Her loose and surreal technique is both sophisticated and dreamlike. Not only does a visual journey await the viewer, but also her intelligent humor serves as a threshold to deeper meaning and interpretations that create thought-provoking art.
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Sara Schindel's assemblages on Bennett Street