Honesdale Roots & Rhythm Music and Arts Festival is excited to announce this year’s Featured Visual Artist, Samuelle Green.

Sam is currently living and working between Brooklyn, NY and Honesdale, PA and has studied at Tyler school of Art in Philadelphia, PA followed by Parsons school of design in NYC, where she concentrated in painting and sculpture.

Sam continued to develop her visual art while working freelance as an artist assistant and at many museums including PS1/MOMA, the Cooper-Hewitt, and the Guggenheim, as well as traveling across the country to paint signs and murals.

Simultaneously, she has continued to develop her own work which has consistently been connected to the details found in the natural world and humans interaction with it.

Sam realized she could continue this work and move her studio into the small town she grew up in. In 2011, she purchased a mid 1800’s brick building on Main Street in Honesdale, PA. With the hands on labor of friends and family, the building was renovated and reimagined into her studio, public art, and event space.

The space, known as Basin and Main, also serves as a hub for creatives to share ideas, participate in events, and further the artistic community in the area. Her work has always been multidisciplinary, and Basin and Main is an extension of her evolving creative practice.

Sam’s latest project, The Paper Caves, has manifested from its’ original location at Basin and Main in Honesdale, PA to Jersey City, Brooklyn, Manhattan, and Art Basel in Miami, FL.

See press related to Sam’s Paper Caves on Governor's Island and Art Basel

Miami.

For more information on Honesdale Roots & Rhythm Music and Arts Festival and this year’s Featured Visual Artist, Samuelle Green, please visit: www.honesdsalerootsandrhythm.com
http://www.samuellegreen.net