Sabrina Brittain is a printmaker, illustrator and small business owner currently living in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is best known for her works depicting a figure in a nature scene. Sabrina’s art has been influenced by childhood travels across the United States, from her tree-filled backyard, to the mountainous terrain of Hawaii. Her earliest works were drawings and paintings of the beautiful visions of nature she experienced.

Currently, Sabrina is a 4th-year student at Tyler School of Art and anticipates receiving a B.F.A. in Printmaking in May 2018. In 2016, she launched her website which features a shop selling prints and designs on merchandise. Recently, she started a personal blog that focuses on the role of women in the comic industry.

While in school, Sabrina creates work by studying the beauty of nature through a philosophical lens, relating themes contained in nature scenes to the human experience. She uses the printmaking medium to create her illustrations, by translating her digital paintings into CMYK screenprints, or by using a printmaking method to print a black key image to which she will add a paint medium. Her ideas culminated into a visual narrative of seven prints that were displayed at her B.F.A. Thesis Exhibition, Human Nature, in April 2018.