Sarah Mohr

Sarah started painting seriously in high school and continued to study art through junior college and
college, taking classes in theory, history, drawing, design and painting at Rhode Island School of Design,
College of Marin, and Dominican University.
She has had six solo shows, and has been included in exhibitions at the Doug Adams Gallery at the
Center for the Arts and Religion at the GTU, as well as other galleries, Islamic art exhibits, and events. In
2019, she was recognized as an emerging artist with inclusion on the Artist Radar of the Inner-City
Muslim Action Network. She is a member of the national art collective Gathering All Muslim Artists, or
GAMA, and her talk on “What is Liberation?” was featured in a series done by GAMA-NY.
Her art focuses on the way art functions as a manifestation of sacred space, like those who once and still
make sacred space -European Iconographers- any artist who sees the sacred as a malleable force, open
to containment in ways that serve GOD’s expansion. She sees art as effective for good in human affairs.