Sarah Hulsey (Somerville, MA) earned her BA in Linguistics, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA; PhD in Linguistics, MIT, Boston; and MFA in Book Arts/Printmaking, University of the Arts, Philadelphia. Her work draws on her background in linguistics to create prints and artist’s books that explore the structure of language in a visual domain. She has had solo exhibitions in Boston, Cambridge and Philadelphia; a two-person exhibition in Cambridge; and numerous group exhibitions both nationally and internationally. Hulsey is the recipient of the Walter Feldman Fellowship for Emerging Artists in New England, Fath Scholarship for Artists and Artisans of the Book from Rare Book School, and the Fabric Workshop and Museum Post-graduate Apprenticeship. Her work is held in the collections of the University of California Berkeley Bancroft Library; Yale University Haas Arts Library, New Haven, CT; Columbia University Rare Book and Manuscript Library, New York; and Library of Congress, Washington, DC.