Sara Drescher

Sara Drescher, a Texas based painter, creates hyper realistic watercolors of ordinary objects with a hidden story. Currently her work centers on issues regarding double standards and other obstacles that women face today, as well as issues surrounding sustainability in the environment.

Drescher earned her Master of Fine Arts degree at Texas Tech University and her Bachelor Fine Arts degree at the University of North Texas. She has more than 20 years of experience as a professional artist and more than 10 years of experience leading popular workshops and ongoing art classes for adults.

In 2021, Drescher had a solo exhibit at the Museum of the Southwest titled, Reclaiming the Casserole. This exhibition was reviewed in Glasstire, Texas Visual Art News and Reviews, August 31, 2021. This was her second solo exhibition at the Museum of the Southwest in Midland, TX. She has also had a solo exhibition at the CASE Gallery in Ft.Morgan, CO and recently had a solo exhibition at Raw 1899 Gallery in San Angelo, TX in 2023.

Her work has been recognized in numerous juried art shows around the United States, and she has been the artist in residence at the Museum of the Southwest Children’s Museum, the Midland County Centennial Library, and at Elsewhere Studios in Paonia, CO. In 2024, Sara was featured on “Fresh from the Studio,” a program of Women and Their Work in Austin, TX. In 2023, she was featured on the podcast “Badass Women of Any Age” and featured on the long-running PBS show “Texas Country Reporter.”

When not in the studio, she enjoys scouring flea markets and thrift stores for unusual finds which often appear in her paintings.

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