Sara Meredith creates bold interdisciplinary artwork exploring human nature and natural communities. Her work delves into the parallels between culture, ecology, psychology, community and science. Curiosity fuels her creative research of microorganisms and megafauna alike, so completed works range in size from palm sized to large scale experiences you can walk around or through. By integrating layers of context Sara invites you to get lost in a world of discovery.
Sara was born and raised in rural Wisconsin. After completing her BA in painting from UW- Whitewater in 2004, she moved to Madison where she worked with industrial UV printers for nearly 10 years. In 2015 she left her printing job to be a full-time artist. She has since exhibited in several galleries, markets and small businesses in the Midwest. She has taught a range of art classes for all ages at Arts + Literature Laboratory, Mount Horeb Public Library, Communication, Goodman Community Center ( in collaboration with Community Unity Arts ) and many other local small businesses. She is an advocate for fair wages for artists and helps other artists regularly sell their work at Communication , where she manages the retail shop as a cooperative member. Sara operates under the name Smere Tactics and maintains her art practice from her home on the Northside of Madison where she lives with her husband and 2 sons.
Find more of Sara's work on her Instagram @smeretactics