Sarah Grew creates art based in painting, but involving photography, installation, collage, and environmental art as well. Her work includes a range from public art projects to wall based pieces belonging in private collections nationally and internationally. In search of new materials she has become a beekeeper, studied native plant habitats, and worked as an Artist-in-Residence for a recycling facility in California. Grew relishes discovering places that are new to her and has traveled widely through Europe, South-east Asia, and parts of Mexico to expand her cultural awareness and enrich her work. Recently, she has been awarded residencies at Playa, in eastern Oregon, and was the Artist in Residence for Joshua Tree National Park where she created a series of cyanotypes. Previously, Grew was awarded residencies at the Djerassi Resident Artist Program, the Collegeum Phaenomonologicum, Brush Creek and the Ucross Foundation and has received fellowships from the Ford Family foundation. Currently, she is working on a series of paintings that examine modes of expressing temporality and cycles of time through layering visual art technologies from different periods of time.