Sabrina is an emerging artist from Woodson, Texas. She is completely self-taught, and although she is only in the beginning stages of her career, her diverse body of work has already been displayed in galleries across the state, including the Cerulean in Amarillo and Dallas, the Adobe Western Art Gallery of Fort Worth and Seekers Gallery of Granbury.
She was a 2023 Emerging Artist at Woodland Hills Art Festival, Fort Worth Main Street, and Southlake in Dallas, and most recently showed in Houston’s own Bayou City Arts Festival. Her paintings vary in style from hyper-realism to much more fantastical forms, but central to all is the savage beauty of wild animals.
“My parents bought me a monthly video subscription to National Geographic when I was very young, so I grew up with these incredible scenes of animal conflict seared into my brain, not to mention having a sampler platter of everything in Texas that bites, stomps, stings, or gores you living right out my back door. I notice in most wildlife art, you tend to see just the really photogenic animals painted in some kind of majestic repose. That’s all fine, but I would rather catch that moment, that look in their eye right before they come for you. That’s when they’re most magnificent to me.”