Sarah S. Curley grew up in the Midwest, but eventually settled in Arizona where she has lived for over thirty years. Although her first love was photography, over the years she has taken a number of seminars in acrylic painting, water color, and colored pencil. Her work has evolved from landscape photographs to creating images using the alternative photographic process of cyanotype, using paper or silk as her canvas. The images may later be enhanced with water color, pastels, and/or colored pencil. For the past decade, she has been exploring the dramatic use of light in the creation of abstract images in a variety of media.
Her work has been exhibited in a number of local, regional, and international juried shows. She is a juried member (alternative photography) of the Sonoran Arts League, Cave Creek, AZ; a charter member of the Arizona Photography Alliance; and a member of Art Intersection Gallery, Gilbert, Arizona, and Medium Photo, San Diego, CA.
She is currently an exhibiting artist at The Finer Arts Gallery, 6137 E. Cave Creek Road, Cave Creek, AZ