Sarah Gumgumji

Teaching Artist

Sarah was born in Saudi Arabia. She moved to New Jersey and graduated from Fairleigh Dickinson University with a major in Computer Art and Design and minor in Psychology and communication degree. She has an interior design certificate from New York University. Sarah was an art education volunteer and Teaching Artist for Rush Arts. ​ She is working on her Master’s Degree in Art Therapy at School of Visual Arts, in NYC. Sarah fluent in Arabic and English.


Sarah works in a wide variety of materials and methods, often morphing ideas from one to material to another. Her primary mediums include painting, drawing, digital media, photography, knitting, crochet and embroidery. In 2021 her work was featured in The Way We See It at FiveMyles Gallery in Brooklyn NY which was favorably reviewed in “Letting In The Light at FiveMyles”, Star Review, October 2021. Sarah’s artwork has been exhibited at Corridor Gallery in Brooklyn, NY; 107 Bowers Gallery, Jersey City, NJ; Fairleigh Dickinson University Art Gallery, Teaneck, NJ; Fairleigh Dickinson University library, Teaneck, NJ; and the Gallery at PS 6, Jersey City, NJ. Her work was included in Your Flowers Are So Lovely They Have Made Me Well Again, STAR – Storefront Arts Recovery, a project of Tribeca Film Institute, Brooklyn, NY.


Sarah Gumgumji