I layer pattern and add texture to my composition. I like to convey the aesthetics of technology. I used silver foil in this piece.

- Sarah Teasdale


Acrylic painting on wood
Finished white edges
Ready to hang

Signed on back

36" h x 32" w x 1.6" d
6 lbs. 0 oz.



Sarah Teasdale
Seattle, Washington

Getting to Know Sarah

Sarah’s abstract work draws on shapes in geometry and technology to create vibrant compositions. “Patterns have an underlying mathematical structure and can be seen as a search for regularities,” says Sarah. “When we recognize these arrangements we have a powerful emotional reaction that is rooted in our instincts and development.” Her work is based in patterns, repeating shapes that create larger fields of color and form. The abstract paintings can be consumed either passively or actively, depending on the viewer’s intentions. While one pair of eyes might find an aesthetic pattern, other might find 3D puzzles and mazes. Ultimately, it is viewer’s choice.