Sarah Larsen is an American painter (b. April 20th, 1984) born and raised in Grand Island,
Nebraska. Her art studios are currently based in Grand Island, NE and Baltimore, MD. She
opened her 2nd art studio in June of 2022 to be centrally located on the east coast, and close to
the water. Sarah’s line-artwork is organic, sinewy, and inspired by nature and love.
Sarah has exhibited her works nationally at galleries in Omaha, NE; Denver, CO; Baltimore,
MD; Houston, TX; Dallas, TX; Martha’s Vineyard, MA; NYC, NY. Her artwork ‘Life’ was selected
by the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Delaware Art Museum for the 2021 National Annual
Juried Exhibition at Delaplaine Arts Center in Frederick, Maryland.
She was published in the 2021 March CandyFloss, “Feel Good Issue”; 2022 Spring Art Seen;
2022 August CanvasRebel, “Meet Sarah Larsen”; the 2023 Elevated Art Magazine Spring
Issue,“Artist Sarah Larsen: Creating Love with Lines”; and was interviewed by Ebby Magazine,
Issue 7 Jordin Sparks, on pages 46-47 “Sarah Larsen.”
Sarah has been interviewed by Denver’s Tenetpodcast Episode #102 in November, 2021.
She exhibited at The Other Art Fair in Dallas October 2022; and Miami Art Week at Spectrum
Miami 2022 where she won their 2022 Award for Best Booth Design. She is contracted with
Grafix Arts Plastics Inc. and her artwork, “Deception,” is featured on their new Grey Dura-Bright
product line packaging. Her work was selected for the 2023 MvVO ART SHOW/Clio Awards.
She also entered into a collaboration with Ranger Ink.
"I create love with lines. In my body of work each piece is intricate and variable whether that is with medium, size or color scheme; my works are distinguishably mine.
To me, lines have always made sense as they’re soothing, organic, sinewy and have a romantic movement about them that keeps me engaged during each creative endeavor. The journey of creation is what keeps me yearning for more as each piece unfolds in its own way and is a complete surprise; a beautiful intuitively guided experience. My works are created with acrylic paint and alcohol ink that are often mixed. I do not use paintbrushes. On loose canvas, I use squeegees and paint scrapers to create the base. On stretched canvas and small works, the alcohol ink intuitively flows on both to create the base. After the base is complete, I use refillable acrylic pens and ink to create the line-art. The works are ready to share love when I get an intuitive sense that it is complete."