Artland’s Daily Art Pick

Every day collectors at Artland share variety of artworks from around the world, both from their personal collections as well as pieces they’ve seen in a recent gallery opening or got inspired by on the web.

In this feature, we will be presenting you with the highlight of the day, the most interesting, inspiring or moving piece of art posted in the app in the last days together with name of the collector who shared it.

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Sarah Braman


Sarah Braman was born in 1970 in Tonawanda, New York.  She currently lives and works between New York and Amherst, Massachusetts.

The artist is widely recognized for her large-scale sculptures that serve as monuments to everyday life, is interested in the interplay between sensory experience and emotional resonance.  In creating her precariously balanced sculptures, Braman combines elements from scrap-yard vehicles, old buildings, or antique furniture with translucent volumes of color and light.  The artist’s distinctive color palette of rich pinks, blues, and purples permeates the space, from spray paint on found objects and hand-dyed fabric to the expansive nature of the glass forms.  In their formal construction, her works relate to the legacies of minimalism and color-field painting. Defying a narrow modernist definition, Braman’s works suggest themes of home, family, and nature, with their joyful immersion in lived experience and emotional life (text

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