Sarah DePetris is a Dallas-based artist whose practice integrates painting, installation, and sculpture. She makes multi-dimensional drawings that capture the energy and potential of the almost and the not-yet-made. Abstracting imagery of found piles of rubble and construction debris, her works are bridges between the real and imagined. DePetris exhibits her work nationally, with recent solo exhibitions and installations at Tank Space in Houston and at Arts Fort Worth. DePetris recently completed a public art installation at the Art Tooth Art South Box at SOMA Fort Worth and participated in the Art Tooth studio residency at Muse. She also regularly exhibits her works in group and juried exhibition in Texas and beyond. Her works are included in the permanent collections of Capital One and the University of Texas at Tyler. DePetris received her BFA from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 2009 and is currently pursuing an MFA in Studio Art: Drawing and Painting at the College of Visual Arts and Design at the University of North Texas. In addition to her studio practice, DePetris works as a drawing and painting instructor and is a Teaching Fellow at the University of North Texas.