Born 3.13.76, NYC, USA.
Lives and works in NYC, USA.
Sara Conca is a self taught New York based artist of French and Native American heritage who grew up in Southern Florida. Sara credits her family’s penchant for relocating several times during her childhood with inspiring her appreciation for changing environments and settings. By the age of 17, Sara was living and working in Paris, an experience, she says, that only reinforced her appreciation for movement, energy and art.
Throughout the past 13 years in Manhattan, Sara has experimented with a wide variety of art mediums and forms of expression, yet her painting and sculpture practices have remained consistent, bringing her to a visual and skilled fluency with her mediums of choice.
Sara’s well regarded works have been sold to many private collectors and she has had a number of solo and group exhibitions, including The Soho D&H Gallery Solo Shows, The Henry Gregg Gallery Compilation Show, World Art Expo, Mansion NY, Le Bilboquet, and Ted Gibson NY. Sara has also sold and displayed artwork in Europe and most recently Indonesia.
Original artworks, prints, exhibition posters, monographs, books, collectibles.