Sarah Krupp

is a multi-material sculptor whose work features characters, actors and symbols through which concepts of stress, fear, and decay are investigated.  Often using craft & home-based materials, her work emphasizes the tactile nature of the familiar and the strangeness of forms that have been hybridized, pulled apart, and abstracted.  

Her work has been shown both nationally and internationally, including shows at Readytex Art Gallery in Paramaribo, Suriname, CAG[e] Gallery in Kingston, Jamaica, and the Mighty Tieton Warehouse in Tieton, WA.

Krupp was born and raised in Tiffin, OH, and currently lives and works in Wayne, NE as an Assistant Professor of Sculpture at Wayne State College.  She earned her MFA in studio art from the University of South Florida (2013) and both a BFA in Sculpture (2009) and a BAE in Art Education (2008) from The Ohio State University.