Sarah O’Farrell is a Madison, Wisconsin based artist and educator whose work explores the overlapping realms of memory, place, nostalgia, and human-animal relationships. Her equestrian and artistic practices are inextricably intertwined. In 2016, she was one of seven international artists chosen to participate in the Horse and Art Research program in Barnag, Hungary. She participates in hunt seat lessons and recreational shows as time allows. O’Farrell earned her MFA in Printmaking from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017. She has received Chicago Artists Assistance Program (CAAP) and Albert K. Murray Fine Arts grants, has work in the Skidmore College Permanent Art Collection, and was a featured artist in the University of Wisconsin-Madison Visiting Artists’ Colloquium in 2017. Her work will be included in the 2018 Wisconsin Artists Biennial at the Museum of Wisconsin Art, West Bend, WI. She currently teaches Continuing Education Printmaking courses at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and Madison College (MATC). S A R A H O FA R R E L L .B U S I N E S S C ATA LY S T.C O M 11 Convergence (We are One in the Same), 2017, graphite on watercolor paper, 3- 16" x 16" and 2- 16" x 7 3/4" unframed