Sara Lynn Henry is an independent curator, art writer, and Emerita Professor of Art History and N.E.H. Distinguished Teaching Professor of Humanities, Emerita, Drew University. She was Director of Drew’s Semester on Contemporary Art for 25 years, with studio visits to major artists and annual meetings with art critics and art professionals. Her curatorial work has focused primarily on art concerned with the forces of nature and matters of consciousness. She also has an interest in cross-cultural dialogues, especially Asian and the West. As a scholar she has published widely on Paul Klee.
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