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Originally from Utah, Sarah Jones received her BFA from the University of

Utah and MFA from the School of Visual Art in NYC. Jones was an

instructor of art and women’s studies at Northern Arizona University,

Prescott College and Coconino College and for a decade spent her

summers as a Grand Canyon river guide. From 2002 to 2020 Jones made

her home in Seattle, Washington where she raised her two children and

set up studio. Her work has been exhibited throughout the West. She was

awarded residencies at Ucross Foundation, Haystack School of Craft,

Bloedel Creative Residency, the Oak Spring Garden Foundation, and the

Laura Grace Barrett Printmaking Residency at the Zootown Arts

Community Center. Jones is the recipient of the Vermont Studio Center

Fellowship, the Seattle Artist Trust Gap Grant, and Oak Spring Foundation

Artist Grant.

What is hard to see and ways of chronicling loss are consistent themes in

Sarah Jones’ work. Currently the work explores the difficulty of seeing and

comprehending climate change.