Lot 46   
Sarah Davidson

watercolour, ink, graphite and pencil crayon on paper
11.5” x 12”
Estimate $1,500 framed

Courtesy of the artist

Sarah Davidson works between drawing and painting to create compositions in which shadowy, biomorphic figures and delicate, foliated fragments mingle. Critters and space collapse upon one another, suggesting a permeable web. Making reference to a history of discourses constructing the “natural” world, her works investigate bodies, environment, observation, and the tangled strings which often bind them together. Davidson lives and works in Tkaronto/Toronto and holds a BFA from Emily Carr University (2015) and an MFA from the University of Guelph (2019). She has recently exhibited her work at Feuilleton (Los Angeles), The Plumb (Toronto), Cassandra Cassandra (Toronto), Erin Stump Projects (Toronto), Unit 17 (Vancouver), and The New Gallery (Calgary), among others. She was a finalist in the 2018 RBC Canadian Painting Competition, and is the recipient of awards and residencies including the Banff Centre's Late Winter BAiR (2020), and Canada Council for the Arts’ Research and Creation Grant (2021).

video.cmagazine.com - Sarah Davidson