Sabrina Bockler (1987) is an American artist living and working in Brooklyn, New York. In 2011, Bockler earned a Bachelors in Fine Arts degree from Parsons New School of Design.


Bockler’s work references themes of domestic identity and the value (or lack thereof) in what is historically considered women’s work. Her carefully detailed surrealist paintings are stylized with formal Golden Era Dutch sensibilities, influenced by artists such as Balthasar van der Ast and Rachel Ruysch, as well as artists who belonged to the New Objectivity movement, such as Franz Sedlacek and Aenne Biermann. Bockler is interested in dichotomy between traditional tropes and the uncanny. Creating decadent scenes of abundance with an off-kilter allure that begs for a closer look – Everything is not quite as it seems.


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