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sara breslin with pink hair and pink glasses woman

my story 

Growing up, Breslin always had a love for creating. No matter where she went, a pencil and paper were not far behind. Creating has always been an outlet for her, whether it was through writing or art, she always found it easy to express how she felt through her pencil than spoken word.  


Breslin graduated early with a BFA from the University of Rhode Island in 2014. Since then she has proudly exhibited her work in many local galleries such as the AS220, WaterFire Art Center, and HeARTspot Art Center, to name a few. She has also done donation work with Art for Eyes and the Rear Disease Foundation of Rhode Island raising funds and awareness for children with rare diseases. Breslin is currently working as a full-time artist traveling with her work around New England to different venues.


Breslin’s most current body of work explores her struggles and growth as a young woman. She touches on many issues she has faced in recent years such as life and death, womanhood, and mental health. “My pieces are driven by memory, mental illness, and the losses I have experienced. All of these factors have given me the chance to look deeper within myself and discover things I never realized. Through my art, I have opened windows to my own spirituality and connecting with my feminine energies.”

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