Green is beautiful, painful and breathtaking as environmental artist Sarah Dickinson Little illustrates with her new body of work. Little uses natural materials, such as wood and metal, to create intricate structures that speak to the soul of humanity.
Internal struggles are brought to life with well-crafted structures that intricately detail human yearning and suffering.
Green as an art form is also limitless, as Sarah Dickinson Little’s work transports you into the realm of emotional freedom.
Go green with Sarah Dickinson Little’s art up close and personal at the Merchandise Mart in Chicago.
Photos: Zondra Hughes