Sara Renae Holloway is a visual artist and art educator living and working in Chicago. She graduated with a Bachelor Of Fine Arts with an Emphasis in Art Education from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago in 2009. Sara also holds an Illinois State CPS certification with a Type 10 endorsement in Visual Arts and Special Education.
Since 2004, Sara has taught, managed and developed fine art curriculum for a handful of CPS/Chicago Charter schools as well as The School Of The Art Institute-Young Artist Studio programs. She currently teaches for two local art studios, provides after-school art lessons at three Chicago Public schools while also teaching private art lessons/workshops to both children and adults. Sara has taught art classes at The School Of The Art Institute Of Chicago, MCA Chicago, The Field Museum, Peggy Noteabart Nature Museum, The Museum of Surgical Science, Unicoi Art Studio and One Strange Bird among many others.
“I believe art is about personal expression and communication. In my classes, the emphasis is on creativity and enthusiasm. Everything is a learning process! Through an introduction to basic painting techniques, you will learn the tools you need in order to make the painting uniquely yours. My goal is to inspire you to express yourself by helping you find your own personal style and voice as an artist!”