In his ongoing Plastic Bags series, Sather portrays the material most symbolic of our blindingly fast-paced lives today through the slow, reflective process of brushwork.
Sather graduated from Warren Wilson College in 2018 after studying the visual arts with an emphasis in photography for four years, and fell into painting that fall the same year. Since then, he has produced a variety of exploratory works in the medium, finally settling this fall of 2019 on a long-term daily painting project exploring the material and immaterial qualities of the plastic bag. He has always been researcher at heart, studying his subjects not only through direct observation, but also through relevant literature, conversation, and any other perspectives and lenses that may prove useful.
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