Sarah Jean Robb was raised in Davenport, Iowa. She received her BFA in Illustration with a minor in Graphic Design from the Laguna College of Art and Design in Laguna Beach, CA. Sarah devoted nine years to her art career in California entering a variety of exhibits, creating murals and commissioned jobs. Still, the desire to rediscover her roots resulted in moving back to Davenport, IA thirteen years ago where she continues to pursue her passion and career as an artist.
Since returning in 2006 she has been the Lead Artist for Mural Design with the QC Arts Metro Arts Summer Youth Program, a position she has been proud to occupy since summer 2007. Her love for large scale public art murals and working with the community has led to commissioned projects with Child Abuse Council, The City of Davenport, Dress for Success, Boys & Girls Club of the Mississippi Valley, Colona Public Library, Schuetzen Park with German Heritage, and many more.
Sarah is actively involved as a volunteer for community non-profit organizations such as Living Lands & Waters Barge Party Art Auction, QC Pride, Inc., Quad Cities Fall Pride, Metropolitan Community Church, Family Resources, Suicide Prevention and Epilepsy Awareness.
Sarah is also an art therapist for The Arc of the Quad Cities area where she assists individuals in a variety of art projects while exploring free self-expression through drawing, painting and other mediums. She also finds time to produce commissioned pieces in a variety of mediums for residential and commercial needs.