About the artist


Sarah Horowitz recently moved to Leavenworth, Washington with her family in search of small town life, mountains, and more plants to draw. Previously she was in Portland Oregon for fourteen years where she was member of Atelier Mars printmaking workshop and taught printmaking at Portland State University. In addition to prints and drawings, Horowitz produces hand printed and bound artist's books under her imprint Wiesedruck. Horowitz attended residencies at the Frans Masreel Centrum for printmaking in Kasterlee, Belgium and at Caldera in Oregon and has received several grants from Portland State University and the Regional Arts and Culture Council, Oregon. Her prints and drawings are represented by Froelick Gallery in Portland, Oregon and her books by Kenneth Shure (Gehenna Press/Two Ponds Press).

You can watch me work in this video on Oregon Art Beat: Fine printmaker Sarah Horowitz finds beauty in weeds and thickets, briars and buds. (7 minutes)
And here's a 2 minute video on how to pull a print!

For current CV, press releases, and other downloadable information, check out the Press Room.

Horowitz' work can be found in collections internationally including:


Boise Art Museum
Boston Athenaeum
Boston Public Library
Bowdoin College Library
Frans Masereel Centrum, Belgium
Hallie Ford Museum of Art
Harvard University Houghton Library
Jewish Theological Seminary Library
Library of Congress
The Lilly Library
Missoula Museum of Art
Washington State Univ. Museum of Art
Multnomah County Central Library Special Collections
New York Public Library
Portland Art Museum

Princeton University Firestone Library
Portable Works Collection-City of Portland
Reed College Special Collections Library
Rochester Institute of Technology
Saint Louis Mercantile Library
San Francisco Public Library
Smith College
Skirball Cultural Center
Stanford University Green Library
University of Alberta
University of Delaware
University of San Francisco
University of Washington
Wellesley College
Wesleyan University
Yale University

photo by Zeyneb Akel