In 2012, Sarah Schneiderman retired from corporate life. Early in 2013, she took up the sport of SCUBA diving. This influenced her work greatly. She is working on the Aquatic Life Series. She is an avid SCUBA diver and the Aquatic Life Series represents the fish and creatures she’s seen personally while diving. She uses found and recycled objects and everyday debris to express her great concern for the human impact on the earth’s oceans and other waterways. She plans to continue diving and making art as long as there are fish in the sea and places to dive.
Pieces from her Aquatic Life Series have been included in exhibitions in New London, Hartford, New Britain, Glastonbury, Vernon, and West Hartford, Connecticut and at The Dubuque Area Arts Collective in Dubuque, Iowa, the Annmarie Sculpture Garden and Arts Center in Dowell, Maryland, bG Gallery in Santa Monica, California, Annapolis Maritime Museum in Annapolis, Maryland, The Studio Door in Sand Diego, California, and Texarkana Regional Arts and Humanities Center in Texarkana, Texas.
She’s been featured in articles in ArtKatalyst magazine, ArtExhibio, and Artist Portfolio Magazine.