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Artist Statement


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Artist Statement


Click here to take a look at my new video describing my artist statement. My thanks go out to Rock Your Head Productions for their beautiful work!

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New At The Studio


New At The Studio


Come visit the studio!

In Summer of 2016 I moved from Hyannis Main Street to a wonderful space in the heart of Dennis on beautiful Rt. 6A. The space offers so much room to display my new works, host events, and paint (of course)! This studio and gallery provides opportunities to interact with visitors and exhibit the processes behind my paintings. 

Dennis is my hometown and the location of the family business, Scargo Pottery. Please visit their website here and take a drive down 6A to their space located at 30 Dr. Lord's Road So., Dennis, MA 02638.

In addition to this studio space I also teach classes at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth. Take a look at the Classes and Workshops section for more information, and check out my facebook page for daily updates.

 

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608 Main St.

Dennis, MA 02638

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About the Artist


About the Artist


Sarah Holl is an innovative mixed media painter and sculptor who has numerous works displayed in public spaces around the Cape and is currently based in Dennis. She originally developed her niche at Scargo Pottery in her work with large scale ceramic installations, which can be found at places like Cape Cod Hospital and the restaurant the Naked Oyster in Hyannis. Sarah spent a brief amount of time at the Art institute of Boston. However, her major influence was time spent as an apprentice with artists such as Sam Feinstein, Cynthia Packard, and, of course, her father, Harry Holl. She shares her passion for the arts on a daily basis by being a mentor for numerous interns of the Cape Cod Museum of Art and also by teaching at the Cultural Center of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth. Sarah’s remarkable work continues to transform as she blurs the worlds of canvas and clay.