Sarah Renzi Sanders explores her various identities from a young child to a mother as well as the plethora of roles women play in society. Her work also brings light to the taboo subject of mental health, using the mask as a repeated symbol to hide the true self. Her work demonstrates her fascination with the mysteries of the human mind, memory, and imagination. The artist's meditation practice and creative vision are intrinsically linked as seen through the metaphysical and spiritual symbolism in her work. Sarah lives Kensington, Maryland, a suburb of Washington D.C. with her husband, three children, and two dogs.