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Artist Bio:
Sarah’s earliest childhood memories revolve around creating artwork and attempting to understand how the infamous illustrations from her favorite books and movies came to life. She began realizing her love for drawing in early elementary school in Springfield, Missouri and continued through her first few years of college. Her desire to create different types of work as a professional artist came to fruition in 2007 when she left school to pursue her dream full-time, and continued to learn through exploration.

At that time, Sarah was drawing mostly with ink & creating watercolor paintings. The beginnings of her usage of different mediums began when she saw the beauty of nature through an organic lens during her time lived in Hawaii. While there, she stretched her art further doing live painting events, 3D pencil drawings, and live body painting/hand painted latex suits for runway shows.

Returning to the Midwest in 2013, Sarah continued creating in various genres & elevating her work to larger canvas pieces. A recent pivotal moment in Sarah’s career was when she started incorporating technology into her artwork by jumping into the world of digital painting. This modern style of creating artwork has generated pieces like her Exploring The Buffalo National River in the Ozarks, now featured on products by companies such as Fayettechill, and will be exhibited in one of her pieces titled ‘Georgia’ at Art Santa Fe Contemporary Art Show.

Sarah’s childhood inspirations have now become her ultimate reality. With more than 1,200 originals and reproductions sold, her work resonates with viewers, permanent homes with collectors in all 50 States and multiple countries around the world.

Additional Info:
‘Frida’- Artist Sarah Rasul

“Growing up, as a young female artist of hispanic decent, I was naturally drawn to Frida Kahlo. Her outlook on expressing her reality through art was intriguing, and her sense of business in making a name for herself in a highly male dominant industry was and still to this day is inspiring.

This piece was created by gathering and hand cutting hundreds of pieces of paper in a collage on canvas and is almost a self reflection piece of artwork. It was developed one piece at a time with found papers recycled to create art. I cut angles and took note of shading and highlights in every piece that I cut. Some pieces older and darker and had seen many people reading its pages, and some newer with a fresh purpose, but all in all, they came together to showcase a beautiful portrait of not just Frida, but of all of us. At our core, we are each a collection of small moments and memories that accumulate over the years and build our ultimate story; one piece of paper at a time. This piece is my interpretation of embodying Frida’s unique perspective on art with my own.” -Sarah Rasul

Press Release:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Springfield, MO (June 7, 2019) – Springfield, Missouri Artist Sarah Rasul of RASULart, one of the nation’s most buzzworthy rising female artists, has been selected as one of few rising artists juried into and exhibiting within the SOLO PROJECT Artists Exhibition at Art Santa Fe Contemporary Art Show July 18-21, 2019 in Santa Fe, New Mexico.

“I am ecstatic to have been chosen for this opportunity, and honored to be recognized as a female artist making waves in the art community across the globe. This is a monumental opportunity for me and I am proud to represent not only the midwest but all those young artists aspiring to push themselves to the next level,” said Sarah Rasul.

Sarah’s earliest childhood memories revolve around creating artwork and attempting to understand how the infamous illustrations from her favorite books and movies came to life. She began realizing her love for drawing in early elementary school and continued through her first few years of college at Drury University. Her desire to create different types of work as a professional artist have exploded in the last 10 years. Sarah’s childhood inspirations have now become her ultimate reality. With more than 1,200 originals and reproductions sold, her work resonates with viewers, permanent homes with collectors in all 50 States and multiple countries around the world.

A recent pivotal moment in Sarah’s career was her incorporation of technology into her artwork via digital painting. This modern style of creating artwork has generated pieces like her Exploring The Buffalo National River in the Ozarks, now featured on products by companies such as Fayettechill, and will be exhibited in one of her pieces titled ‘Georgia’ at Art Santa Fe Contemporary Art Show.

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Contact Info:
Website: http://RASULart.com
Email: Info@RASULart.com
Phone: 417-841-7988 (Annah Crow)

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