Sabrina Meissner grew up in North Africa and Southern Germany and is a Munich-based contemporary artist.

She stems from a family of artists – her grandfather was a landscape painter, her brother pursued a career as an architect. From early on she has shown outstanding talent and was approached for several local artistic and design projects. Her teachers encouraged her to study art, so she chose art as a major subject during high school and began her art studies at the University of Constance. She enrolled into their Master of Arts and Media degree, however soon decided to take a different educational and career path.

In search of freedom, she travelled extensively and has lived and worked across Europe, Asia and Australia. In equal measure, she was looking for security and stability and chose a path that would provide both to a certain extent. She holds a Master in Business Administration and Economics and has worked in top management consulting and finance all her professional career.

Throughout her life however, art has always been her companion. She has now created her own personal stability and still (or again) searching for her freedom, she got back into painting in 2018. Her body of work has evolved around several key themes: she is fascinated by stark contrasts and balancing those; by the tension between security, order, rebellion and freedom, chaos, structures.

In December 2019, one of her paintings was chosen and shown as part of a digital group exhibition at Art Basel Miami. Her works were also shown in group exhibitions in Germany and Italy, and in 2020 her submitted body of work was awarded the “Review Me” prize.

Her works are hanging in private collections in Germany and the United States.

Sabrina Meissner grew up in North Africa and Southern Germany and is a Munichbased contemporary artist.

She stems from a family of artists – her grandfather was a landscape painter, her brother pursued a career as an architect. From early on she has shown outstanding talent and was approached for several local artistic and design projects. Her teachers encouraged her to study art, so she chose art as a major subject during high school and began her art studies at the University of Constance. She enrolled into their Master of Arts and Media degree, however soon decided to take a different educational and career path.

Sabrina Meissner grew up in North Africa and Southern Germany and is a Munich-based contemporary artist.

She stems from a family of artists – her grandfather was a landscape painter, her brother pursued a career as an architect. From early on she has shown outstanding talent and was approached for several local artistic and design projects. Her teachers encouraged her to study art, so she chose art as a major subject during high school and began her art studies at the University of Constance. She enrolled into their Master of Arts and Media degree, however soon decided to take a different educational and career path.

In search of freedom, she travelled extensively and has lived and worked across Europe, Asia and Australia. In equal measure, she was looking for security and stability and chose a path that would provide both to a certain extent. She holds a Master in Business Administration and Economics and has worked in top management consulting and finance all her professional career.

Throughout her life however, art has always been her companion. She has now created her own personal stability and still (or again) searching for her freedom, she got back into painting in 2018. Her body of work has evolved around several key themes: she is fascinated by stark contrasts and balancing those; by the tension between security, order, rebellion and freedom, chaos, structures.

In December 2019, one of her paintings was chosen and shown as part of a digital group exhibition at Art Basel Miami. Her works were also shown in group exhibitions in Germany and Italy, and in 2020 her submitted body of work was awarded the “Review Me” prize.

Her works are hanging in private collections in Germany and the United States.