Sabrina Ferrari was born in Verona in 1970, where she currently lives and works. Graduated from art school in 1989, she continued her artistic studies by obtaining an academic diploma in sculpture at the "Cignaroli" Academy of Fine Arts in Verona in 1993, where she received the foundry prize on the occasion of the students' art collective. She continues her training by attending the marble sculpture school at the "Brenzoni" institute in Sant’Ambrogio di Valpolicella (Verona). After completing her studies, she began her work experience in the bronze art foundry collaborating with established Italian and foreign artists and teaching plastic
at the artistic high school of Verona. From 2003 to 2006 she worked as assistant to the sculptor Isaac Kahn in his studio in Verona. Since 2010 her international activity has intensified and today she is considered one of the most requested sculptors on the European contemporary art market.