Sarah Norsworthy
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Written in Water: September 2 - 30, 2023
The Hum of Life: March 5 - April 9, 2022  
Meet me there when the moon turns blue: Sept, 2020 
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Looking Outside Sep. 2020, at James Harris Gallery, Seattle, WA
TREE: June, 2019, Vashon Center for the Arts
Art on Paper N.Y.: March, 2019
Green Fuse: 
Solo exhibition Jan, 2019 Press release 
1 ROOM: August 2018, A special exhibition at The Avalara Hawk Tower during the Seattle Art Fair.
Thicket: March, 2018,  Brian Cypher, Rachel Maxi, Sarah Norsworthy, Tyler Keeton Robbins.

Sarah Norsworthy’s thick impasto strokes manage to capture a sense of place and acutely, a sense of light, allowing the viewer to see through paint. As an artist she has worked in response to her experiences exploring the landscapes of Washington, Arkansas and Vermont through painting, drawing, fiber arts, and sculptural environment. With a strong emphasis on exploration, her scenes alternate between the natural outdoors (shores, woods, mountains) and equally adroitly spaces closer to home (parks, pathways, backyards). Her works are after-images of adventures grand and small, all very familiar to anyone living at the border of the wild.

Sarah Norsworthy is an artist born in Anchorage, Alaska. She earned her B.A. in Studio Art at Dartmouth College in 2002 with a minor in English, and her MFA at University of Washington in Painting and Drawing in 2015. She was a staff artist at the Vermont Studio Center in 2007-2008. For three years she taught art to adults with disabilities in Fayetteville, Arkansas prior to her return to Seattle for graduate school. She currently lives in Seattle where she works as a seamstress/tailor, teaches art classes to adults with disabilities as a founding member of the non-profit Art for All, and teaches drawing and painting at North Seattle College in Continuing Education. She is represented by studio e gallery in Seattle.

Sarah Norsworthy lives and works in Seattle, WA.