Sarah V Martin
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  • Brooklyn, NY
  • United States
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I paint from imagination inspired by everything, I co-create and star in music videos for Slam Donahue, I make sculptures out of garbage, and I do graphic design.
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At 10:37pm on December 14, 2012, Janey_Godley said…




Whatever you celebrate that floats your seasonal boat has a good one.

Oh and Batamology forgot about that one

At 10:58am on April 3, 2011, Richard F Kessler said…

Hello Sarah,

As a Brooklyn artist, I write you today to share Brooklyn’s greatest public artwork.

Why it is unknown is a mystery.  Nobody knows it exists.

The Tower of the Empire State Building bisects the Arch in Brooklyn’s Grand Army Plaza.

Landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted and architect Calvert Vaux created the framework for this continuing work-in-progress as the Civil War ended, 25 years before the Arch, 65 years before the Tower, 105 years before the Mirador, and 145 years before I stumbled across it.

In starting the “Grand Army Plaza” group here at Brooklyn Arts Project, I hope to share ideas on how to raise public awareness to protect and promote this View as an “historic visual corridor.”  Building Six of Atlantic Yards threatens to eclipse the view. 

Please forward the links to friends, artists, architects, bloggers, politicos, media and civilians. 

Your friend, Richard

At 5:02am on August 21, 2010, sencer gulun said…
hi sarah, thanks for being friends.
i dont know which of my works you mentioned but i have differing material on the palette. like digital, oil, acryl, camera, tar, etc. i will keep checking your work.
At 4:33pm on July 16, 2010, MFNY said…
nice work
At 3:42am on July 12, 2010, Steve said…
Sorry, I couldn't make it. I'm sure all was fabulous and you had a great opening. How long will your art be there? And by the way, do you have a website?
At 11:48pm on July 10, 2010, JD Siazon said…
"Free Bird To Switzerland" was purchased by Deborah Fries, the Director of FusionArts Museum in LES. I have no idea where it is now. Supposedly, Ms. Fries was going to transfer the upper three floors of her gallery's building into spaces to house her permanent collection--my painting might end up there someday. Thanks, though, for the compliment and congratulations on your show!

JD Siazon
NYC-based artist and aspiring writer
At 11:15pm on July 7, 2010, Steve said…
Hi Sarah,
I need more info on your opening on Fri. like time and address. Also, do you have a website?
At 11:21pm on July 4, 2010, Steve said…
Hi Sarah,
3 poems on their way.
At 9:49pm on June 29, 2010, JD Siazon gave Sarah V Martin a gift
Because it's your birthday, I'm sending you a gift. I have no credits to purchase any of these more cartoony gifts, but either way--I sympathize more with the AIDS tragedy. Plus, the ribbon is free.
At 9:40pm on June 29, 2010, JD Siazon said…
Dear Sarah:

I came across your profile page a couple of days ago and saw that you had posted a comment about wanting to meet other artists in New York. My name is JD Siazon and I currently attend Parsons in Manhattan where I hope to earn my master's degree in Fine Arts in 2011. Having been in New York for seven years now as an aspiring artist, I can understand your frustration in not being able to show and sell your artwork, etc. It's a pretty severe bottleneck towards the gallery scene in this city and that is why I've decided to contact you.

I've seen artist collectives get shows at venues very easily; whereas it would have been very difficult for individual artists to get their work shown at the same place. I'm not looking to start or be a part of an artist collective per se; but I did want to send you a message saying that I do sympathize with your wish to meet and possibly work with other artists in this city.

You're welcome to take a look at my website to see the kind of work I do though honestly the majority of work that I did at Parsons last year--which is vastly different than what's on my website now--hasn't been uploaded yet. Either way, if you're interested in opening up a dialogue with me--especially as pertains to your wish to meet other artists in NYC--then I'd be happy to exchange some ideas with you. And, until then, Happy Birthday and take care.

JD Siazon
NYC-based artist and aspiring writer


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