We love this project titled “Moondust” – artist Sara Golish’s ode to Afrofuturism and natural hair and cannot believe we have not discovered her work before. An emerging visual artist born in Windsor, Ontario, Canada, from an early age Sara knew she wanted to become and artist.


After excelling in the Windsor Center for the Creative Arts during high school and obtaining her BFA in 2008 for Drawing & Painting, acquiring the Eric Freifeld Award for ‘Proficiency in Draughtsmanship’ from Ontario College of Art & Design, in 2011, in order to expand upon her visual language, she completed courses at George Brown College in graphic and web design and development.

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Sara has also completed extensive work as a decorative painter on high-end residential, corporate and retail interior design projects for places in Toronto, New York, Los Angeles, Sarasota and Barbados. She has also sub-contracted work for those such as Brian Gluckstein, Chapman Design Group, Yabu Pushelberg, Douglas Design, Munge Leung, Andrew Ness, and Jay Hodgins, to name a few.

Currently working in Toronto, Ontario, Sara specialises in figurative and portrait drawing and painting.

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This limited edition of original drawings, with only two left in stock, features original drawings and fine art giclée prints, each hand embellished with silver ink, signed, numbered and labeled on the back. Prices for the original drawings are $500 each, $900 for 2 and $1200 for 3 while the prints are priced at $175 each. All drawings are 12.5″ x 19.5″. And being limited edition, of course, once they are gone, they are gone!

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From box braids to Afros, from high tops to twists, celebration of natural hair doesn’t get artier than this. Visit Sara Goling’s website to find out more about the artist and shop the prints here.



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One Response

  1. Michelle Spice

    Sara, absolutely love your work… Beautiful visual insights! Love to see the african sistah’s rocking their natural hair in designs – no wigs! lol…

    We are in the same region. Hope to see your work one day at one of our nearest gallery… I’d like to buy a piece…


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