Sarah Van Keuren is a visual artist and author. She earned a BA in Art History from Swarthmore College, an MFA in Photography at the University of Delaware, and studied printmaking at the Philadelphia College of Art. She is an adjunct professor at the University of the Arts teaching non-silver printmaking processes. She is also the author of A Non-Silver Manual and has taught workshops across the United States and in Finland.
She has exhibited her work at institutions such as Hollins University in Roanoke, Virginia; Rantagalleria in Oulu, Finland; The Philadelphia Art Alliance, Iisalmen Kamera summer festival in Finland, Fleisher Art Memorial in Philadelphia, Hongik Museum of Art at Hongik University in South Korea, Woodmere Art Museum in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; John Stevenson Gallery in New York City, The Art Institute of Boston, the University of Delaware in Newark; Esther M. Klein Art Gallery at the University City Science Center in Philadelphia; Robin Rice Gallery in New York City; Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston, Texas; Centre Saidye Bronfman in Montreal, Canada; Center for Contemporary Arts of Santa Fe, Perkins Center for the Arts in Moorestown, New Jersey.
Van Keuren’s work can be found in the collections of the Free Library of Philadelphia, The State Museum of Pennsylvania in Harrisburg, Bryn Mawr College Library in Pennsylvania, National Museum of American Art at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC; and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.