Sabrina J. Barilone is a sculptor and public high school teacher working in Macon, GA. She earned her BFA, summa cum laude, in Art Education with a concentration in Ceramics. She has since worked on post-baccalaureate work and has been showing her work across Georgia while juggling a teaching career and serving on the Macon Public Art Commission. Her work has been exhibited recently across Georgia including group show: Form and Function at 567 Gallery in Macon, Decatur Fine Arts Exhibit at Dalton Gallery at Agnes Scott College, Leading By Example Exhibit at the Zuckerman Museum in Atlanta, GAEA Member Exhibit at SoGlo Gallery in Brunswick and placed at the Bibb 2nd National Arts Program at The Tubman Museum in Macon.