Growing up on anime and cartoons, Sarah Quildon taught herself how to draw the characters she loved at a young age. Something else she learned from the anime and cartoons that she used to watch as a child is the lack of representation of people of color. Sarah’s artistic message is this: Representation Matters. All of her pieces incorporatepeople, especially women, of marginalized groups as she believes it is important for people in these groups to be able to see themselves in the art world, including anime, cartoons and mainstream media. Sarah's goal is to display images of those not equally represented to her viewers, as well as promote self-love and self-admiration by giving people a chance to view themselves as they truly are: works of art.
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