Sarah Aileen is an artist and designer based in Seattle, Washington. She specializes in hard-edge painting and abstract minimalism. Her artistic style is a nod to her education in graphic design, love of editing, and fascination with color theory.

She collaborates with designers, consultants, and collectors to create custom artwork. Her work is characterized by monochromatic fields of color that complement modern design and architecture and pop when juxtaposed with organic materials such as stone and wood. Sarah Aileen’s works are in residential and commercial collections across the United States, as well as Canada and Australia.



I use the design of my paintings to emphasize and explore the interaction of color, in the context of hard-edge painting and minimalism. I often apply strong contrast to proportions to create visual tension in my pieces. The concepts of balance and contrast inform my current work; particularly the relationship between positive and negative space. I enjoy using minimalism to extract an idea from its original environment and place it on its own where it can be observed and appreciated. Nothing gives me more satisfaction than a precise, clean line.



b Detroit, MI
Lives and works in Seattle, WA

2003 Bachelor of Arts in Graphic Design, Concordia University, Ann Arbor, MI

Luxe Interiors + Design, An Ethereal Houston Home Reads Like a Walk in the Clouds
Freedom and Structure in Creativity with Sarah Aileen, You Are a Work of Art Podcast
Meet Sarah Aileen, CanvasRebel Magazine
Saturated Fields of Color by Sarah Aileen, Create! Magazine

Louis Vuitton, Bellevue, WA
Jenn Cameron Interiors, Baltimore, MD
Ashley Goforth Design, Houston, TX
Betsy Enzensberger, Palm Springs, CA

2023 Las Laguna Art Gallery, group exhibition, Laguna Beach, CA
2022 Gallery LoCA, group exhibition, Seattle, WA
2022 PxP Contemporary, Chromatic, group exhibition
2021 Van Der Plas Gallery, Fire and Wind, group exhibition, New York, NY

2021 Verve, Seattle, WA 
2021 Redhook, Seattle, WA


Photograph © Sasha Reiko Photography