Scintillate: Solo Exhibition NYC at Ronin Gallery 11/3-12/15, 2023

In her solo exhibition “Scintillate,” Sarah Brayer captures moonlight in all its manifestations. Through the movements of moonbeams and waterfalls expressed with washi fibers and woodgrain, she instills her prints and paperworks with a vitality that flows across the surface and glows from within. As Brayer balances artistic control with […]

Video of Sarah Brayer’s Inner Light 内なる光 Exhibition

This video documents my solo exhibition, Inner Light 内なる光, which took place at Komyo-in temple, Kyoto, 4/28/21-5/5/21.  25 paperworks made in washi (handmade Japanese paper) are highlighted, including phosphorescent paperworks, from the Luminosity series, which have a glowing presence in the dark. A special Luminosity gallery was housed in the […]

Open Studio: “Indra’s Cosmic Net”

The night sky has inspired a new series called “Indra’s Cosmic Net.” Fascinated by the interconnectedness of all formations: large as the universe, and small as cells, I have been using the long fibers of mulberry paper to create cells and “draw” in a new way. These new works are […]

MOON exhibition at the Herbert F Johnson Museum at Cornell, Ithaca, N.Y

MOON exhibition at the Herbert F Johnson Museum at Cornell, Ithaca, N.Y August 26, 2018 to January 13, 2019 Opening reception and artist talk Thursday, September 6, 5-7 pm. The talk is part of the Stoikov Lecture Series on Asian Art and will be held in the Wing gallery. Oceanic […]

Sarah Brayer “Kyoto Skies” at the Ren Brown Collection

Please join me for a show of works relating to Kyoto at the Ren Brown Collection, Bodega Bay California. The show will include new luminescent paperworks of the night skies, as well as a selection of paintings done in 1980-81 the first two years I was in Kyoto. These works […]