Sarah Emerson is an performer based in Atlanta, Georgia who is best known for her landscape paintings of hyper-stylized versions of nature. Her ham it up draws inspiration from "battlefields, war propaganda, literature, and idyllic gardens." Emerson is represented by Whitespace Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.
Emerson attended the Atlanta College of Art and usual a Master's Degree from Goldsmiths College in London, England. Her show has been exhibited throughout North America and Europe. In 2010 her take effect was featured in Manif d'art 5, the fifth edition of the Quebec City Biennial, Catastrophe? What Catastrophe!, curated by Sylvie Fortin and in Flux Projects Atlanta. Her act out was along with included in Noplaceness, published by Atlanta Art Now in 2011, and in 2012 she was featured in the 100th edition of New American Paintings. Her play a role has been in recent shows at the Atlanta Contemporary Art Center, the Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College, and Mason Muer Fine Art. Other recent projects affix murals for the 2012 Living Walls Conference and the Elevate/Art Above Underground Atlanta public art project. Emerson is a gift member of Agnes Scott College's Visual Arts Department and currently teaches drawing and painting.