Sarinda’s minimalist approach gives her kilnformed work a contemporary feel and illuminates the simple beauty of glass. Her work is collected nationally and fre- quently commissioned.
Sarinda studied art history, photography, ceramics and fine art. She is an active member of the Glass Art Guild of Utah and in 2006 was nominated Chair of Public Re- lations Committee. Sarinda was awarded 2004 “Best of Show” at Patrick Moore Gallery and was an invited artist to the 2006 Utah Arts Festival.
She is currently working with Bad Dog Rediscovers America, a children’s art institute in Salt Lake City to set up a teen apprenticeship program in kilnformed glass. Much of her work is a manifestation of the emotions and events surrounding her son’s hospital stay, early in his life. We all experience a time in our life when we have been uncertain of an outcome and recall that mo- ment when time stands still, the tipping point. She tries to capture that moment and condense the elements of her work to their essence: to a sense of space that has a concentration of spirit, character and physical pre-
Mar 06 - Mar 27, 2018