About the artist

Sarah K. Horowitz is a San Francisco–based painter working in acrylic, monoprinted tissue, and found paper. 

Born and raised in southwest Missouri, she holds an undergraduate degree in art from Evangel University and a master’s in journalism from Northwestern University. 

Her work has been shown at the Springfield Art Museum in Springfield, Missouri; at Gallery 1337 in San Rafael, California; and at multiple venues during San Francisco Open Studios. Her paintings are in private collections in San Francisco, La Jolla, Seattle, and Paris. 

In her role as design advisor for Wall City—a magazine showcasing the writing of individuals in the California prison system—Sarah helps bring the work of incarcerated artists to a nationwide readership. 

Exhibition images

In the press

“Get to the Gallery,” Marin Living, May 2024

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San Francisco, California

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