Sara is a printmaker and mixed media artist from Fairbanks. With an MFA in printmaking from University of Nebraska-Lincoln, her love of woodblock printing has led to the creation of carved, painted wooden panels. In addition to smaller work, Tabbert’s large-scale public art commissions can be found throughout Alaska. Her work is housed in public collections through the state and far beyond. In early 2020, the Alaska State Museum presented a solo exhibit of her recent work. Tabbert has been awarded grants from the Rasmuson Foundation and the Alaska State Council on the Arts. In addition to residencies in the US, Canada, Argentina, and Italy, Tabbert has been a summer and winter artist in residence through the National Park Service in Denali, Zion and Isle Royale National Parks, as well as on the Chilkoot Trail in a joint residency hosted by NPS and Parks Canada. She was recently selected as a 2021 Windgate Fellow at the Center for Art in Wood in Philadelphia.