Issue September 1, 2009

Profile: Sarah Frary

Like her raw inner free spirit, Sarah Frary’s work is deeply personal. Exploring darker themes of nature and human evolution, Frary’s ink illustrations and paintings tell stories of the epic variety. From live art performances to her first solo gallery exhibit in October at the Tim Faulkner Gallery, Frary’s work is gaining popularity all over Louisville. It is hard to miss the talent in the young artist. At 22, her ample body of work reflects someone with the vision and determination to make a name for herself.

The spontaneity that has spun her career is evident in her style. Letting each piece create its own ending, Frary says they rarely reflect her original idea but take on a life of their own. Large winding trees, mythical creatures with sharp teeth and haunting movements — her detailed drawings and paintings will arouse your own free and wild spirit. See more at www.spiralunwinding.com