“I am drawn to the parallels that exist between simple elements and complex forms. In my work natural structures collide with man-made forms and allude to bonds that would be unrecognizable in different situations. Multi-layered suggestions of forms, floating in ambiguous space link elements together to build new relationships.”
Karen Sardisco is a painter who’s newest work examines memory and incomplete recollections. The paintings provide clues yet leave a lot for the viewer to contemplate as what often occurs with memory or recollections. Sardisco received her B.S. from SUNY Buffalo and her MFA from Rochester Institute of Technology. She has taught at RIT and is presently teaching at Monroe Community College.