Roxanne Faber Savage was born in Boston, Massachusetts and lives and works in Connecticut and New York City. She attended Boston University, Pratt Institute and Queen's College studying Drawing and Art Education. Freedom, energy, and the unconscious line” are central to Roxanne’s mark making and visual story telling. Working with crayons, paint, mixed materials and printmaking, Roxanne layers and exposes, revealing a keen interest in the subjects of birds, energy powerlines paired with a passion for handling tactile materials and the joys of working with an etching press.
A multidisciplinary artist, Roxanne relies on printmaking as her primary art form. She is a seasoned educator on the Connecticut Commission on Culture and tourism Teaching Artist Roster. An award winning artist, she has received recognition for her innovative and original prints on paper, plastic, and metal. Roxanne has extensive education in printmaking and drawing, studying internationally in Italy and the U.S.