Sarah Coble is a sculptor who studied art history at Vassar College and received her M.F.A. at Columbia University. She studied ceramics at Kansas City Art Institute and at Alfred University. Coble currently teaches sculpture at the Hackley School and at the Clay Art Center in Westchester County, N.Y. She has taught figure drawing and anatomy at the Fashion Institute of Technology and has conducted workshops and art residencies in the tri-state area. Coble has been chosen to be honored at the Clay Art Center Gala in October. She maintains a studio in the historic Carpet Mills Arts District in Yonkers where she is currently completing a ceramic tile installation for the Yonkers Metro North Station.

 

Public Commissions include "Kai and the Dragon" a ceramic mural in Rye Town park 2010. She collaborated with Susan Tunick to create a series of narrative tiles for the the Susan B. Allen Lower School Courtyard at the Hackley School. Their work on this project was sited in Print magazine Aug. 2008. Coble created two sculptural tile benches for the Ward Acres Park, New Rochelle in 2012.

 

Coble was one of six artists to be interviewed in the documentary series "Sound Shore Artumentary" LMC.T.V. 2008. She created two installations of her sculptures at the Mariandale Conference Center during the "All Fired Up" ceramics arts Celebration in 2008. She exhibited a ceramic and steel tile installation at the Marymount Manhattan College Art Gallery in 2009. Coble participated in the "Beyond Rodin" exhibition at the Rye Art center in 2012. She recently displayed her ceramic and steel portraits and figures in juried exhibitons at the Garrison Arts Center and at the Mamaroneck Artist's Guild. 

 

Coble is a member of the Clay Art Center, the YOHO Artists Assoc, the Mamaroneck Artist's Guild and has been a roster artist for the Westchester Arts Council.