Sarah Rowe is a ceramic artist based in New York City. In her work she explores decaying, abandoned, and obsolete architectural structures. Her work as a ceramic artist began in the rural village of Obuse, Japan where she apprenticed in a traditional studio with master potter Keiichiroh Sato. Rowe has exhibited nationally and internationally. In recent years, Rowe co-curated the exhibition, Intersecting Editions at The Castle Gallery in New Rochelle. Rowe also participated in The Bronx Museum of Art’s AIM program, was a Create Change Fellow with The Laundromat Project and was a fellow in the Art and Law Program. Rowe holds an MFA from Lehman College, 2013 and a BA from the College of the Holy Cross, 1998.