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 the inherent energy of her materials, her works act as “a record of a moment,” a fleeting glimmer of light scintillating across layers of ink and paper. Internationally acclaimed, Sarah Brayer’s work can be found in multiple museum collections, including the British Museum and the National Museum of Asian Art of the Smithsonian.
– Ronin Gallery