Sabra Booth

  • Moonrise: Mustang Island, Texas, Mixed Media Print (Watercolor Monotype & Woodcut on Paper), 23 1/4" x 47 1/2", 2018. Edition of 5.
  • Moonrise: Mustang Island: Detail, Texas, Mixed Media Print (Watercolor Monotype & Woodcut on Paper), 23 1/4" x 47 1/2", 2018. Framed, Edition of 5.
  • Frack House, Mixed Media Print (Embossed Collagraph, Soft Pastels, Metallic Powders, and Eagle Ford Shale Soil), 47 ½” x 23 ¼”, 2014, Variable edition of 10. 

  • Frack House: Detail, Mixed Media Print (Embossed Collagraph, Soft Pastels, Metallic Powders, and Eagle Ford Shale Soil), 47 ½” x 23 ¼”, 2014, Variable edition of 10. 

  • Coral Cadence, Installation, Mixed Media (Screenprints with Florescent Inks and Cast Resin Florescent Forms Airbrushed Under Black Lights Enclosed By Cloth Passageway), 240” x 120”x 1", 2009/2020. 

  • Coral Cadence: Detail, Installation, Mixed Media (Screenprints with Florescent Inks and Cast Resin Florescent Forms Airbrushed Under Black Lights Enclosed By Cloth Passageway), 240” x 120”x 1", 2009/2020. 

  • Slick, 2012, Artist Book, Rubber (Petroleum Refinery Gaskets) with relief and screenprints from Gulf Coast plants, refinery photographs, and marine life images. Assembled with plastic cable ties, 
7 ½” x 7 ½” x 1 ½”, (Folded) Edition of 20, Includes Case and DVD with animation.
  • Slick: Detail, 2012, Artist Book, Rubber (Petroleum Refinery Gaskets) with relief and screenprints from Gulf Coast plants, refinery photographs, and marine life images. Assembled with plastic cable ties, 
7 ½” x 7 ½” x 1 ½”, (Folded) Edition of 20, Includes Case and DVD with animation.
  • Mariposa Machismo, Wall installation: MDF Forms with Screenprinted Text, Sand, and Copper Powder, 120”x 96”x ¾”, 2008.
  • Mariposa Machismo: Detail, Wall installation: MDF Forms with Screenprinted Text, Sand, and Copper Powder, 120”x 96”x ¾”, 2008.

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. She is an adjunct lecturer in fine arts at the Alamo Colleges District and in the community program at the Southwest School of Art. Her studio practice offers interpretative observations of nature and addresses complex ecological issues tied into climate change and gender studies. Working in a variety of mediums, she uses drawing, printmaking, and stop motion animation. Her exhibition record is both national and international. Recent travels in Japan and a Fulbright Mid- Career Professional Grant to Finland in 2007, both have had a great impact on her work. She has participated as a Faculty Leader in Alamo Colleges International Programs, Study Abroad in Italy in 2015 and Japan for 2016, 2017, and 2018.

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    • San Antonio TX 78212

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