(Just Call me Cindy Sherman!)
“I art, I paint it, study it, look at it, change it,
exhibit it, and I used to teach it. I could not live without it.
Not in this world. Not in my lifetime.
I also color, cultivate, taste, touch, and poetry.
I prune and feed. I fail, despair, breakthrough and weep.
I catalyst, I organize, and I convene.
I leave on a jet plane,
I gather ingredients, I invite you over.
I collect, while cultivating a minimalist sensibility.
I search, I meditate, I Buddha.
I California and walk my dog.
I, here and now.”
Sas Colby, Berkeley, CA 2017
with apologies to C.D. Wright
About Sas Colby
A visual artist with over 5 decades of creating, exhibiting, and teaching experience. Sas Colby has lived in Berkeley since 1975. Her artistic practice has included textile art, collage, photography, and artists books - with words interlaced throughout. A member of the Bay Area Women Artists Legacy Project, Colby attended Rhode Island School of Design and has recently had her work included in the collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.