Sarah Horowitz lives at the base of the eastern Cascade Mountains in Leavenworth, Washington where she has her printmaking studio. She previously lived in Portland, Oregon where she was a member of Atelier Mars printmaking studio for fifteen years, and worked as a printmaking and drawing instructor at Portland State University for seven years. Horowitz creates prints, drawings, and produces hand printed and bound artist’s books under her imprint Wiesedruck. Her work focuses on formal aesthetics and the natural world, with an emphasis on the ephemeral and memory.
Horowitz recently attended residencies at the Oak Spring Garden Foundation in Upperville, Virginia, at ArtBellwald in Bellwald, Switzerland, and participated in the Icicle Fund Conservation/History/Art residency in Washington State. Her work can be found in collections nationally and internationally including The Library of Congress, Stanford University Green Library, Smith College Neilson Library, New York Public Library, Wesleyan University, UC Santa Barbara, Boston Athenaeum, and Yale University Bienecke Library.