The Flaring Night – Sabra Booth

$425 (Unframed) or $650 (Framed)

Dimensions 50 × 2 in
Artist

Sabra Booth

Media/Material/Technique

Woodcut with watercolor monotype

Date

2015

Photo Credit

Courtesy of the Artist

SKU: 22AG3-6 Category: Tag:

About the Work
In her print, The Flaring Night, Sabra Booth gave a Texas spin on one of art history’s most venerated paintings, Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. She used metallic watercolors to print a watercolor monotype with a woodcut on top. The print was exhibited widely throughout New York, as part of a collection of woodcuts in the Totemic 17: Bridgebuilder Portfolio." Edition of 10.

About the Artist
Sabra Booth is an MFA graduate of Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan and a BFA graduate from the University of Houston, Houston, Texas. Early experiences on the beaches of south Florida and her present exploration of the Texas landscape affect her artistic vision. Booth’s studio practice offers interpretative observations of nature, while addressing complex ecological issues. Working in a variety of mediums, she uses drawing, mixed media, printmaking, and stop motion animation. She recently was awarded 
an Individual Artist Grant 2022 by the Department of Arts & Culture, City of 
San Antonio. She will be collaborating with the New York Historical Society and Central Booking, a New York arts organization, on a project about the Brooklyn waterfront in 2024.

http://www.sabrabooth.com/