Sarah Flause                                                    sflause@gmail.com

 

Photographically concentrating on images of historic or just old architecture and architectural details, capturing images and the sense of place. Additionally interested in still life photography from assembled objects to exploration of interior spaces.

 

Member of New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists

Member of New Hampshire Art Association

Studied at New Hampshire Institute of Art

Studied at Maine Media College

Studied at The Griffin Museum

 

Exhibitions and Shows

New Hampshire Society of Photographic Artists Annual Exhibition, Annually in January, Exeter Town Hall Gallery, Exeter, New Hampshire

NHAA Open Juried Shows in the Robert Lincoln Levi Gallery, Openings First Friday of the Month during ArtRoundTown, 136 State Street, Portsmouth, New Hampshire

New Hampshire Antiquarian Society's Annual Masterpieces Art Show for Juried Contributors, Annually from September to December, Hopkinton Historical Society, Hopkinton, New Hampshire
'Islands,' Juried Exhibition,
July, 2017, Camera Commons Gallery, Central Avenue, Dover, New Hampshire
1st Invitational Show,
April, 2016, 1st Invitational Exhibition, Cameral Commons Gallery, Central Avenue, Dover, New Hampshire

A Chaste Faith - The Shaker Communities of New England and New York
, December 7, 2012 through March 30, 2013, Midheaven Gallery, 16 Market Square, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, A solo show of images in concert with poetry by Kate Leigh, the result of a three year research project.

NHSPA Joint Exhibition with Exeter England Camera Club, September 25-October 10, 2011, Wentworth-Coolidge Mansion, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, in celebrations of the 121st anniversary of the Exeter Camera Club in Exeter, Devon, England

Windows, and Doors, and Stairways, Oh My, December 19, 2010, Midheaven Gallery, 16 Market Square, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, A solo show of images in concert with poetry by Kate Leigh

Exeter Camera Club 120th Anniversary Show, July, 2010, Guildhall, Exeter, Devon, England, opening by Exeter Lord Mayer, July 7, 2010

Lens & Pen from the Isles of Shoals, November 8 through December 5, 2009, Midheaven Gallery, 16 Market Square, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, a solo show of images in concert with poetry by Kate Leigh

Currier Museum of Art "Photo-Slam," November 5, 2009, Currier Museum of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, an exhibition of works by the 12 finalists in the Currier Museum's annual photography competition

 

Other Projects, Publications...

Roma written by Elinor Kelley with images by Sarah Flause

An essential companion for the traveler to Rome, this book contains a short but comprehensive history of Rome from antiquity, through the Middle Ages and the Renaissance, to modern times. It offers images as beautiful as they are unique in capturing the essence of the city. (Available on Blurb.com)

Lens & Pen From the Isles of Shoals with images by Sarah Flause and poetry by Kate Leigh

This book is a collection of poems and images from the islands, as well as a short history of the Shoals and information about some of its most memorable residents and its folklore. Both artists are local to the New Hampshire seacoast. (Available on Blurb.com)

A Chaste Faith - The Shaker Communities of New England and New York with images by Sarah Flause and poetry by Kate Leigh

This book is a collection of poems and images of the Shaker Communities in Northern New England. It is the result of extensive research and captures the essense of the Shaker way of life in both the images and the verse as well as a brief history of the Shakers. (Available on Blurb.com)

On Island by Sarah Flause

Photographs and stories of several islands off the coast of New England and the Canadian Maritimes.(Available on Blurb.com)

Shetland - A Very Brief Family History of Certain Flawses, Harpers and Mouats by Sarah Flause

This book celebrates a family history that began in the Shetland islands and resulted in three American families, the Flauses, the Harpers and the Mouats. Beautiful black and white images describe the landscape of the Mainland island. Ancestral family trees trace back to the last relatives that lived and died in Shetland and additional photographs document those families. (Available on Blurb.com)