“come and rest”, 2020//photo credit: rami katz

sheridan prints is run by printmaker sarah sheridan. sarah makes her prints by hand at home using only a few tools.

sarah first learned printmaking in a high school art class. she tried it again a few years ago and when she was having health problems and found printmaking a way to focus. since then, printmaking has become one of the great loves in her life.

sheridan prints is operated solely by sarah. she makes her prints by hand at home using only a few tools such as her carving blades and ink brayer.

some of the ongoing themes that you may notice are her personal experiences with chronic illness & family disconnection. she uses these experiences in her work to highlight how they show up in her own life in different ways.

for commissions or inquiries about sarah’s work write to her at or send her a direct message @sheridanprints

To see more of and buy sarah’s work, visit her etsy shop here.

sarah (she/her) is a settler raised on the stolen land of the *Haudensaunee, *Anishinaabe, and Neutral nations on the Haldimand Tract (near the area currently known as “Waterloo”). sarah now lives on the stolen land of the Squamish, Musqueam, and *Tsleil-Waututh nations (currently known as “Vancouver”). her grandparents immigrated from Ireland & Ukraine.

for any settlers who to learn more, see the Unist’ot’en website & the 1492 Landback Lane GoFundMe where you can give money to fund material goods & legal support.

* words with an asterisk include links shared for pronunciation purposes