The female figure is Sara Honeycutt’s lifelong subject for evocative, contemplative artworks of presence. Using traditional materials of graphite and etched lines, she creates classic contemporary figures on board and paper or with copper and translucent materials such as thin cloth and LED-lit clear acrylic.
Trained in classical figure drawing and with an illustration and printmaking degree, Honeycutt is a fourth generation artist from both sides, with a deep-rooted dedication to creating.
“Your work is an essential element that should have its own square on the periodic table,” wrote one of her collectors. “Your square should be between oxygen and carbon - what we all need to live and what we are all made of. This is art that is significant, art that I love.”
Sara Honeycutt is a fine artist who has exhibited in Hawaii, Los Angeles, New Mexico and Florida, with illustrations published internationally. She is represented by Viewpoints Gallery in Maui, Hawai’i, and has a BFA with honors in Fine Arts for illustration and printmaking from Ringling School of Art + Design. Sara lives happily paddleboarding and snorkeling on Maui, Hawai’i with her husband and their daughter.