© 2012 Sarah Oneschuk. All Rights Reserved.

I am interested in the role of traditionally feminine, handmade objects in our society.  The handmade reflects notions of sentiment, affection and invested time. I directly use or allude to a variety of traditional handmade processes, particularly needlework. I am also interested in the visceral and sensuous characteristics of the body and it’s ever changing growths which serve to both protect and individualize. In my practice, repetition can be described as relating to biological life cycles, on both the small and large scale. My work is often a juxtaposition of delicate restraint and chaotic weight.