Sarah Reagan is a New York-based sculptor imbuing traditionally industrial materials like lumber and concrete with playful qualities to evoke a more childlike perspective on the world. Her work explores the challenges of moving through a world that often seeks to punish our individuality, curiosity, and queerness.
Following her service in the Peace Corps in Togo and Mexico, she received her MFA in the Virginia Commonwealth University Craft/Material Studies program. Sarah has taught at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Virginia Commonwealth University, and Arrowmont School of Crafts and has an upcoming workshop at Penland School of Craft. She's been a resident at Anderson Ranch Arts Center and Flower Shop Art Studio, and a fellow at The Wassaic Project. Reagan's work has been exhibited internationally, including at the Corrente de Ar (Lisbon, Portugal), the Messler Gallery (Rockport, Maine), the Minneapolis International Airport (Minneapolis, Minnesota), and the City College Art Gallery (San Diego, California).