Artist, Sara DiDonato, studied painting at the University of Iowa and the University at Albany-SUNY. She currently teaches painting at the College at Brockport-SUNY.

In her work, DiDonato explores ideas about the shifting, fluid nature of feminine identity, and its constraints and boundaries.

“Girlhood is a space of otherness that is neither here nor there and exists both as a physical and mental state. The girl, on the threshold between childhood and womanhood, occupies a liminal space of identity-in-process, focused simultaneously on conforming to and resisting established norms of behavior.”

A solo exhibition of her most recent work will be on view from January 14-February 15, 2014 at the Federal Galleries of Kendall College of Art and Design, Grand Rapids, MI.

http://www.kcad.edu/events/lather-rinse-repeat-work-by-sara-di-donato

DiDonato’s own website will be up shortly. Until then, you may view some of her other work at http://www.brockport.edu/art/faculty/sdidonato.html#galle

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