Sarah Drasner’s work is an exploration of the methods we use to perceive the world around us. Sarah Drasner received her Masters of Fine Arts from The San Francisco Art Institute, and her Bachelors of Fine Arts in Painting and Printmaking from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Drasner has exhibited her work in Greece, Chicago, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Recent San Francisco exhibitions include "Macro/Micro," a show that she curated as well as participated in at Oakland's Lobot Gallery, "Paint-by-Number" Show at WE Artspace, and “Compelled,” a show that she curated as well as participated in at San Francisco’s Root Division. She has also recently shown at the Los Angeles Printmaking Society’s 20th National Print Exhibition, and has been in a traveling show with the Museum of Pocket Art. She has worked for many prestigious printmaking firms across the country, including Landfall Press in Chicago, and Crown Point Press in San Francisco. Drasner has taught a literacy program for the Cartoon Art Museum, and has worked for the Field Museum of Natural History as a Scientific Illustrator, specializing in Amphibians and Reptiles. Sarah has taught Painting, Photography and Art Theory at Hellenic International Studies in the Arts in Paros, Greece as a study-abroad professor, and has tutored a byzantine icon painter in Santorini. Sarah Drasner now works as a Graphic Designer in San Francisco, California.