Saro Calewarts is a fine art photographer based in Santa Fe, New Mexico with family roots in the Pacific Northwest. She has a background in film studies and graphic design and her photography practice focuses on poetic and symbolic modes of expressing ideas and narratives. She has a particular interest in themes of challenge, potential and growth as they pertain to both human experience and the natural world.
She works as a graphic designer and photographer for an arts non-profit organization and is active within the Santa Fe photography community. Her work has been exhibited at David Richard Gallery in Santa Fe, featured in NOICE Magazine and online at Humble Arts Foundation, Lenscratch, F-Stop Magazine and Light Leaked. Her life passion is to be always and deeply engaged with the processes of learning and creating.
Artist Interview: Saro CalewartsStudio Release December 10, 2021Santa Fe-based photographer Saro Calewarts debuts selections from two series for the first time at form & concept: Spells for Uncertain Times, made during the winter 20/21 quarantine, and Agency Lessons, an exploration of childhood memory and traumatic experience. We spoke with Saro following her participation in CENTER's Review Santa Fe on how her background in film studies and love of found objects and staged environments influences her dreamy work. Saro Calewarts, The Clarity of Impermanence, 2021 We’ve been aware of your artwork for years, because you’re such an engaged...