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SARA (FROG) DAVIDSON

20 years old, Sara lives "smack dab in the middle of San Francisco."

My name is Sara Ann Davidson, but most people call me Frog for no particular reason. I paint things on cardboard and in books that I find on the street. I draw angry bears that look like monkeys (maybe that's why they're angry) and bald kids that look sad. I work at Planet OUT, (a big gay website) sometimes photoshopping, sometimes BB editing.

My work has been described as dank and intimate and edgy and comforting. I think it's more like when you think you're losing your mind, but something brings you back, like an old photograph or a burrito shop receipt.


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Sara (Frog) Davidson: 'Another Country', Ink, photocopy, colored pencil, packing tape, geotype letters on found book, 1998

"Another Country," 1998
Ink, photocopy, colored pencil,
packing tape, geotype letters on found book
16" x 11"

  Sara (Frog) Davidson: 'Bruised', Watercolor crayon on found book, 1998

"Bruised," 1998
Watercolor crayon on found book.
16" x 11"

 
Sara (Frog) Davidson: 'The Amazing Disappearing Act', Acrylic and ink on found book, 1998

"The Amazing Disappearing Act," 1998
Acrylic and ink on found book.
16" x 11"




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