Sarabeth Dunton (b.1982) received her BFA in painting at the University of Michigan in 2006. Her current practice emphasizes drawing as a mode of experience. Her work is driven by intuitive processes, and is interested in exploring making as a physical apprehension of humanistic concerns in an increasingly digitized world. Sarabeth’s work has been shown in New Orleans, Kansas City, Chicago, and internationally in Paros, Greece. She has been awarded residency fellowships at Harold Arts (Chesterhill, OH 2010), A-Z West Wagonstation Encampment (Joshua Tree, CA 2013), MassMoCA (North Adams, MA 2016), and the Drugstore (Kansas City, MO 2017). In 2010 she was a fellow at the Artist, Inc. program in Kansas City, MO. And from 2012-2016 she was a founding member of the alternative education program RAD School in Kansas City, MO. In 2013 she staged a solo show at the artist run gallery, Front/Space, and in 2017 had a solo exhibition at Plug Projects, both located in Kansas City. Her work was chosen to be included in the Collectors Fund of Kansas City in 2016. She is currently pursuing her MFA at the University of Illinois at Chicago on the Art on an Art Department Fellowship.