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Sammi Dougherty is an Internationally exhibiting modern artist. Born in 1988 in Northwest Ohio, to a working class family, Sammi Dougherty grew up in West Toledo. She acquired a Bachelors of Fine Arts from Bowling Green State University in Ohio, and her Masters of Fine Arts in Virginia from Radford University. Living within the Blue Ridge Mountains positively effected both her work and distinctive teaching style as an Instructor at the collegiate level. Sammi Dougherty is a studio artist whose work is based on acceptance and love on the sonic level, translated through a subconscious readable pattern. She incorporates nature as it is our constant example of how life can peaceably grow together. She is currently in pursuit of grants with the purpose of drawing attention to the extreme racial disparity within our nations prison systems. Because the fractal patterns present in her work, have been proven, by Physicist Richard Taylor, to improve mental health, she intends for her work to infiltrate spaces in need of rehabilitation and emotional healing.
Recently, Dougherty has been published through International selection processes in both Artistonish Global Contemporary fine art magazine, and chosen to be fully featured in Observica Contemporary Art Magazine Prime 2021 fall quarter: Discover the Artist. In addition, she continues to exhibit at the National and Regional level, most recently her work "Freedom of Wilderness" was selected for the National juried exhibition at the Modern Visual Arts Gallery of Pennsylvania, Bethlehem PA. She was also one of the selected winners for the Regional competition through the Toledo Arts Commission: Beautify the City Wraps- Project. An active Muralist throughout her career, Dougherty has completed 5 public mural projects throughout the City of Toledo Ohio in 2021.
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