Art Faculty - Sarah Dupré

Sarah Dupre

sdupre@mchenry.edu

Sarah Dupré is an abstract artist who grew up in South Central Louisiana and moved to Illinois in 2015. She is an adjunct professor at McHenry County College and Elgin Community College where she teaches painting, drawing, and art appreciation.

Dupré received her BFA from McNeese State University, Lake Charles, Louisiana (2015) and her MFA from Northern Illinois University, DeKalb, Illinois (2018). Using a plethora of materials such as tar, relief inks, oils, and charcoal, Sarah’s practice explores the relationship between drawing and painting. Dupré’s work was most recently exhibited at New American Paintings’ Juried Exhibition in Social Distance (online), Joseph A. Cain Memorial Art Gallery, Del Mar College, Corpus Christi, Texas, Ashton Gallery, San Diego, California, and a two-person exhibition at Cleaner Gallery + Projects, Chicago, Illinois. Dupré’s work is affiliated with Studio 6F, Chicago, Illinois, and Art en Object, Chicago, Illinois.

See more of her work at sarahduprearts.com