Sabrina Hornung was born in Jamestown, North Dakota in June 1984, drifted around the prairie for some time and is currently residing in Fargo, North Dakota. She attended MSUM in pursuit of photography.
Her pieces serve as an ode to the Dakota prairie. Her roots play an integral role to her work. When not wandering the prairie with her camera, she serves as editor-in-chief at the High Plains Reader, a weekly publication based out of Fargo-Moorhead.
Hornung has received multiple awards for her mixed media and cyanotype work from the JFAA annual juried exhibitions from the Arts Center in Jamestown ND, Pekin Days Art Festival in Pekin, ND, and The Badlands Art Association in Dickinson, ND. She also received a grant award from the NDCA traditional arts and apprenticeship program to pursue wycinanki and scherenschnitte (German and Polish and German papercutting) under Meridee Erickson Stowman .
She has participated in multiple group exhibitions including a three-woman exhibition entitled, “Prairie Trifecta.” She has participated in The Rourke’s Art Museum’s Midwestern Invitational since 2008 in Moorhead, Minnesota. She has also had solo exhibitions at Gallery 13, The Spirit Room Gallery, the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, the Joachim Museum in Dickinson ND, and her solo show “Trail Dust and Sentiment” was chosen as a travelling exhibition by The North Dakota Art Gallery Association (NDAGA). Her pieces are featured in collections at both the Wurst Bier Hall in Fargo, ND, and the Oskar Hornung Haus and Museum in Stutensee, Germany.
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