Articles & Essays 

1981 Hieronymus, Clara. "Artist Sarah Webb Plans Her Second Show." The Tennessean, March 9, 1981, Living, p. 35.

 

Artist Sarah Ann Webb: Plans Her Second Show

By CLARA HIERONYMUS

SARAH ANN WEBB, who is represented by Ambiance Galleries and Pickering Galleries, will have a one-man exhibition opening Friday at University Club.

The public is invited to the artist’s reception from 5 to 7 p.m. Friday and to view the show through its April 24 run. Hours are Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.; admission is free.

MRS. WEBB is a native Nashvillian and a 1978 honors graduate from the University of Tennessee; she later enrolled in graduate courses in art history at Vanderbilt.

Her independent studies have taken her on a varied itinerary, to England, Ireland and New York in 1977, and to France and England in 1978 for workshops and private studio courses.

“I have been actively painting and drawing since my pre-teen years, and began painting on a full-time basis last April,” she said. “My work consists largely of commissioned portraits, but I also have a variety of work at Ambiance and Pickering.

IN OCTOBER 1979 I had my first one-man show at the Tennessee Art League in Nashville, and this one at the University Club is my second one-man show.”

She has been included in group shows at the Parthenon, the Heritage Foundation Ball in Franklin, the Tennessee State Fair, Tennessee Art League, UT-Nashville, and the UT-N chancellor’s residence.”

At the University Club Mrs. Webb will show tonal and figure drawings, pastels and oils. In private life she is the wife of Gary A. Webb, candidate for the Doctor of Jurisprudence degree (May 1981) and an employee of the law firm of King, Ballow and Little.