Denise Bibro Fine Art, in Chelsea, New York is pleased to announce Sara Crisp’s fifth solo exhibition at DBFA, Pollination, Recent Encaustic Works. Running from December 18th- January 31st, 2015.
Sara Crisp’s recent encaustic work is influenced by the inherent cyclical reproduction process of flowers and her recent reading of the elegant scientific essay written by Loren Eiseley, How Flowers Change the World (1907-77). Through her artistic journey and research she has found herself one with nature. As in her early encaustic work she still presents and preserves the organic purity of nature and its symmetry. The complexity and nuances of flowers exemplify the complexity of all that is living.
After moving from the city to the country in Maine, Crisp has found herself. Surrounded by nature and having inherited a garden, her self-awareness and artistic vocabulary has broadened. The mundane is once again exulted and celebrated; Reminding us that of the incongruous characteristic of nature and its beauty.
Sara Crisp studied at the Rhode Island School of Design. She has had several solo exhibitions throughout the United States and has won numerous awards including the Best of Show prize at the Cambridge Art Association National Prize Show as well as an artist grant from the Maine Arts Commission.

Pollination, Recent Encaustic Works

Sara Crisp
December 18, 2014 - January 31, 2015
Opens December 18, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Works

Untitled (Rose Window I)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Rose Window I), 2013

Untitled (Rose Window 2)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Rose Window 2), 2014

Untitled (Delphinium Spiral)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Delphinium Spiral), 2014

Untitled (Daisy Wheel)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Daisy Wheel), 2014

Untitled (Pollen # 1)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Pollen # 1), 2014

Untitled (Pollen #2)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Pollen #2), 2014

Untitled (Delphiniums)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Delphiniums), 2014

Untitled (How Flowers Changed the World  #7)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (How Flowers Changed the World #7), 2014

Untitled (How Flowers Changed the World)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (How Flowers Changed the World), 2014

Untitled (One Butterfly Pattern)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (One Butterfly Pattern), 2014

Untitled (3 Butterflied)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (3 Butterflied), 2014

Untitled (Floral/Pattern)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Floral/Pattern), 2014

Untitled (Pattern #2)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Pattern #2), 2014

Untitled (History)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (History), 2014

Untitled (Tulip Cross)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Tulip Cross), 2014

Untitled (Pod)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Pod), 2014

Untitled (Paper Piece 1)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Paper Piece 1), 2014

Untitled (Paper Rose I)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Paper Rose I), 2013

Untitled (Rose Paper II)

Sara Crisp, Untitled (Rose Paper II), 2013

How Flowers Have Changed the World #1

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the World #1, 2014

How Flowers Have Changed the World #2

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the World #2, 2014

How Flowers Changed the World #5

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Changed the World #5, 2014

How Flowers Have Changed the World #4

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the World #4, 2014

How Flowers Changed the World #6

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Changed the World #6, 2014

How Flowers Have Changed the World #6

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the World #6, 2014

How Flowers Have Changed the World #9

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the World #9, 2013

How Flowers Have Changed the Worls #8

Sara Crisp, How Flowers Have Changed the Worls #8, 2014

Paper Rose #1

Sara Crisp, Paper Rose #1, 2014

Paper Rose 2

Sara Crisp, Paper Rose 2, 2014

Paper Rose #3

Sara Crisp, Paper Rose #3, 2014

Paper Rose #4

Sara Crisp, Paper Rose #4, 2014

Paper Rose #5

Sara Crisp, Paper Rose #5, 2014


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