8/6/2022 Studied Kenne Gregoire for new works.
8/3/2022 Studied Botero for concept and color for new paintings
@2020- ongoing In mentorship with Edward Povey
Sayegh's oil paintings are informed by dreams, profound philosophical experiences, readings, and contemporary concerns. She is interested in spirituality and views her paintings as artifacts developed over time. Her childhood also serves as an inspiration for her art. Growing up in a bicultural environment, her father shared his memories and stories growing up in Damascus, Syria which were similar to stories from the Arabian Nights. These stories are layered over the backdrop of manicured lawns, well kept garden homes of Margate and the carnival atmosphere of Atlantic City, NJ.
Earning a BA from University of Pennsylvania, Sayegh continued her studies at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts. In 2020 Sayegh received the Bernadette Award from the National Association of Women Artists. She is a member of the International Guild of Realism (IGOR) as well as a Signature Member of Artists for Conservation. She has been interviewed on the Creative Brick Road Podcast and ArtistNest.
Exhibitions include New Jersey's 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2023 ArtFair14C, Chicago's Zhou B Art Center, Hunterdon Art Museum, Holocaust Museum Houston, Limner Gallery, TEDxNavasink2014, George Segal Gallery, Mikhail Zakin Gallery, 33 Contemporary Gallery, and the NJ Arts Annual.
Her work is in the permanent collection of South Texas College, McAllen, Texas and as well as international private collections.