MFA Ohio University
Assistant Professor Drawing / Painting
Sara Mast received her MFA in Drawing and Painting from Queens College in New York.
Her work is included in Encaustic Painting: Contemporary Expression in the Ancient Medium of Pigmented Wax, by Joanne Mattera (Watson-Guptill, NY, 2001), Art & Science Now, by Stephen Wilson (Thames & Hudson, NY, 2010) and Encaustic in the 21st Century, by E. Ashley Rooney (Schiffer Publishing, LTD, Atglen, PA, 2016). Her work is in over
30 public and private collections in the United States and abroad, and she regularly
exhibits both nationally and internationally.
Mast’s research and teaching methodologies focus on a collaborative, process-based
investigation with an emphasis on material exploration, discovery and experimentation. Mast’s interdisciplinary artscience project with The Einstein Collective, Black (W)hole (2013), is a work that incorporates animation, film and a soundtrack in a large scale
installation: www.blackwhole.montana.edu. Recent venues include MIT’s Cambridge Science Festival (2015) and Petach Tikva Museum
of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel (2016).
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