Sara Owens is a jewelry artist and sculptor living and working on Whidbey Island in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. She is interested in transforming found objects including bones, used coffee filters, sink drain filters, etc.
Sara graduated from the University of Washington with a BFA in Metal Design. She was selected to receive the 2008 Rabinovitch Purchase Award for her pieces, Effloresco tumeo and Orbis oscle, which were added to the permanent collection of the University of Washington. Her work has been shown in several group shows including Dual: The Private Life of Sculpture at Seattle's Traver Gallery, and 5X5, an exhibition at Grey Gallery, Seattle, WA featuring five emerging Seattle artists curated by five national curators. She has recently moved her studio to the Freeland Arts Studio
along side 8 other fine artists.