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Sara Garden Armstrong is a visual artist working in myriad directions and scales, from large site-specific sculpture to artist books, all of which explore organic processes of change and transformation. Her most recent commissioned work uses a range of tools, including movement, light and sound, to investigate the interactions between various physiological phenomena and the human body.
Armstrong’s 2017 exhibition “Breath and Shadow,” was funded by a grant from the Robert Meyer Foundation with an artist book by students of the Alabama School of Fine Arts (ASFA), In addition, Armstrong is a 2015/2016 recipient of a “Create a Living Legacy (CALL)” grant from Space One Eleven funded and developed by the Joan Mitchell Foundation.
Armstrong has exhibited nationally and internationally for the past 35 years. Her artist books can be found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, among others. Her atrium sculptures are included in such corporate collections as United Therapeutic Corporation, Silver Spring, MD.
She now lives and works in New York City and Birmingham, Alabama.