(American, born 1959)
Seattle-based artist Sally Schuh makes artworks on paper using text and hand-written words as images. She explores “visual interpretations of written and spoken language.” Her art reveals differences between reading and looking, and writing and speaking. She is influenced by minimalist and conceptual art.
Schuh received a sculpture degree from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign and a printmaking degree from the University of Washington in Seattle.