Sasha Sinclair (b. 1966, Hampton, VA)

Lives and works in Washington, DC    703-587-6963

Sasha Sinclair is an artist working in various mediums including acrylic ink and graphite.  She often uses saturated color with gestural lines and organic shapes to create dynamic abstract compositions that evoke associations with nature and memory.


2015 – 2017       New Masters Academy – Studied under Steve Huston, Glenn Vilppu,                                   Danny Galieote

2007 – 2008    National Gallery of Art – Studied under David Gariff, Eric Denker,                                          Diane Arkin

Selected Solo Exhibitions

2017                 Three Muses installation, US Postal Service, Washington, DC

2014                 Self-Portrait Installation, Capital Fringe Festival, Washington, DC

2011                 Sasha at Home, Hill Street Studios, Arlington, VA

2008                The 10eighteen08 Show, PGN Architects, Washington, DC

2006                Dreams of Eden, PGN Architects, Washington, DC

2005               The Collectors’ Show, Richardson Residence, Washington, DC

2005                In the beginning…, PGN Architects, Washington, DC

Selected Group Exhibitions

2018                 DC Council on the Arts and Humanities Fellows Exhibition, DC

2017                 DC Council on the Arts and Humanities Fellows Exhibition, DC

2016                 Three DC Women, Art Mart, Fredericksburg, VA

2013                 Lenny Campello Selects Artomatic Artists, Pepco Gallery, DC

2013                 Artomatic Artists’ Ball, Gallery O on H, DC


PGN Architects, Washington, DC

Private Collection, Washington, DC

Private Collection, Orlando, FL

Private Collection, Tampa, FL

Private Collection, New Bedford, MA

Private Collection, Upper Marlboro, MD

Private Collection, Arlington, VA

Private Collection, Fairfax, VA


2008 – present       Docent, National Gallery of Art


2018                        Artist Fellowship, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities

2018                        Book Design Project Grant, DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities