I Did an interview recently for Canvas Rebel magazine about Sarah Rue Photography and leadership. Check it out! Thanks for all the love and support these last 14 years everyone! 2023 is going to be the biggest year yet for SRP!!!
It's that magical time of year again!
October 23rd I'll have 4 spots available for fall mini sessions in Old Town!!!
5 edited images
72 hour turn around
Please reach out if you'd like to book!
Excited to announce I'll be starting 2022 off with two pieces showing in the Soulard Art Gallery show Anything Goes!!! Breath of Death and On Pins and Needles will be showing from January 14th to February 11th! They will be for sale and prints will also be available online shortly! Thank you all for your support and I look forward to making this a strong year!!!
My work has been getting more attention than usual lately and I'm happy to share that recently I was interviewed by Voyage STL as a part of their inspiring stories series about my art, my process and my life. Feel free to check it out and thank you to all for your continued support of my artwork throughout the last 10+ years. Feel free to check out the article here
Sarah Rue Photography presents:
Alice, Time To Take Tea!
Now available for your viewing pleasure.
If you are interested in prints from the series feel free to check out the store here, and also please go here to read my artist statement regarding the meaning behind this series.
August 13th and 14th you'll be able to see three of my pieces on display at Naughti Gras 14 at The Koken Art Factory in St. Louis, MO. Opening reception begins at 7pm this Friday, so be sure to come and if you want to see an incredible collection of erotic art, including my own!
Starting July 17th, 2021 you can see three of my pieces; Alice, Time To Take Tea, The Nightmare Before Christmas, and Hocus Pocus at The Soulard Art Gallery in their new show Spectrum! The prints will be for sale and will also be available for purchase in my store starting July 9th. The opening reception for spectrum! will be on July 17th at 7pm at Soulard Art Gallery in St. Louis, MO. Thank you all for your continued support! - Rue
Starting June 4th, 2021 and running until July 17th, 2021 you will be able to see my piece above, entitled The Final Day being featured alongside It Was All Very Queer at The St. Louis Artists Guild. this piece will also be showing with Transcending The
Spectrum by Metro Trans Umbrella group where it will be available for silent auction. There will be an opening reception 5pm-8pm on June 4th at the St. Louis Artists Guild 12 North Jackson Ave. Clayton MO, 63105. Additionally, on July 9th at 630pm It Was All Very Queer juror Brendan Fernandes will be doing a gallery talk discussing the exhibition.
50% of the proceeds from the sale of my piece will be directly donated to Metro Trans Umbrella group.
Please click here for more information about the exhibition It Was All Very Queer
Please click here for more information about the exhibition Transcending The Spectrum
Lastly, please click here for more information about the gallery talk with juror Brendan Fernandes.
Thank you to everyone for your continued love and support of my artwork over the last 13 years.
If you would like to support my work financially, please feel free to check out my store here or where you can send support here!
In partnership with Missouri Foundation For Health, Metro Trans Umbrella Group & Planned Parenthood of the St. Louis Region & Southwest Missouri are proud to present
TRANSforming Community, TRANSforming Care.
This program expands health care services, conducts trauma-informed research, and builds a sex education curriculum centering the needs of the gender expansive community. This program is designed by and for the trans and non-binary community and extends gender affirming care to all Planned Parenthood locations in the St. Louis, Springfield and Joplin areas.
Earlier this year I shot the ad campaign that will run for the next four years to promote this program across the state.
Please Click this link for more information about their services
It's done, and everything that needs to be said, has been said.
Finding Humor In Plight is a collection of autobiographical short stories from the first thirty years of my life. Domestic abuse, mental disease, drug addiction, psychedelic exploration, and grief processing steer much of the content. These works mainly represent a personal catharsis that I've chosen to share publicly as I've reached a turning point in processing my own grief around certain life experiences. While much of this writing process has been focused on my own healing, I sincerely hope these words can be beneficial to others.
This is dedicated to Aiden, Brune, and Dunaway.
The ones who saved me.
While this content will never be put behind a pay wall, if you enjoy what you read and would like to donate to my career as an artist you can do so via PayPal at firstname.lastname@example.org
50% of all money received will be donated to Metro Trans Umbrella Group.
Finding Humor In Plight is available now to read online or for digital download.
Whimsy, Wonder, and Woah
Happy Holidays everyone! I recently completed an amazing mega shoot that is my ode to one of my favorite films, The Nightmare Before Christmas. Click Here to see a collection of images from my whimsical megashoots, and click here if you'd like to see the entire set from The Nightmare Before Christmas. From all of us here at SRP we wish you happy holidays and a good new year!
Science not Silence
is finally available
Please check out the newest book to feature Sarah Rue's work as well as the work of a collection of other amazing photojournalists!
All images are copyrighted material of Sarah Rue. These images may not be used without the expressed consent of the owner under penalty of law.