Photo by Julia Goldberg
Isabel W.S. (Winson-Sagan) is a multi-media artist, often collaborating with the poet Miriam Sagan. To view their work together, please visit Maternal Mitochondria. Isabel works in a variety of mediums, including woodcarving, printmaking, collage, photography, digital art, and installation. She works both locally in Santa Fe, NM & internationally.
Bees and Wax, juried exhibit at Tubac Center for the Arts, Arizona, 2018.
Water Sound, solo exhibit at Zephyr Community Art Studio, Santa Fe, NM, 2018.
Arts and Design Juried Student Showcase, Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery, 2018. Award winner category: Woodcarving.
Santa Fe Home Show, Santa Fe Community Convention Center, 2018.
Studio Kura Gallery, Fukuoka, Japan, January 2018.
Juried Student Show, Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery, 2014.
The School of Arts and Design Fine Woodworking Showcase, Santa Fe Community College Visual Arts Gallery, 2013.
“Suminagashi in the Park,” Santa Fe Railyard Park, NM, temporary, 2018.
“Golden Cages,” Santa Fe Skies RV Park, NM, temporary, 2017.
“Haiku in the Hood,” Santa Fe Westside Neighborhood, NM, permanent, 2013.
Cover photography, “From Ikisan Station” chapbook by Miriam Sagan, Flutter Press, 2019.
Featured artist, Ninth Letter, 2018.
Cover art, “Lama Mountain” chapbook by Miriam Sagan, Red Bird Publishing, 2017.
Book design, “Flip-Flop” by Michael G. Smith and Miriam Sagan, Miriams Well, 2017.
2017 Magazines and Online Sites: Modern Literature, Les Femmes Folles.
“Spilled Ink,” collaborative art project with Miriam Sagan. Published by Miriam’s Well, 2016.
2016 Magazines and Online Sites: Fourth & Sycamore, Origami Poems Project, and Truck.
Cover art, “Black Rainbow”, by Miriam Sagan, Sherman Asher Publishing, 2015.
Contributing artist to Rogue Agent Journal, 2015.
“Swimming in Reykjavik”, photographs by Isabel Winson-Sagan and poetry by Miriam Sagan, 2014.
Studio Kura, Fukuoka, Japan, 2018.
Herekeke Art Center, New Mexico, 2016.
Wildacres Retreat, N. Carolina, 2015.
SIM House, Reykjavik, Iceland, 2014.