Marianne Sadowski is a visual artist and art educator born and raised in Mexico City. She has a BA in Film from the Universidad Iberoamericana and a MFA from the Academy of San Carlos, both in Mexico City. She lives and works at present in Los Angeles, California. 

Her paintings, prints, and mixed media works reflect her concerns of social justice and humanity in a time where a personal or local problem merges within a global concern. Elements of nature are always present in her art and often work as symbols to convey the fine line of life itself.

Her art has been widely exhibited in the United States and Mexico, such as The National Museum of Mexican Art in Chicago, Taller Boricua, New York, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, Fullerton Museum, Forest Lawn Museum,  El Camino College, SPARC, Self Help Graphics and Art among many others.

She is an active member of Los de Abajo Printmaking Collective whose mission is to push the boundaries in printmaking, The Los Angeles Printmaking Society, and Consejo Gráfico, a network of workshops that promote Latino printmaking in the United States.

Sadowski has been teaching art for over 20 years in different Museums, schools and non-profit organizations, such as LACMA, Getty, the Skirball Cultural Museum, the Broad, CARS, Plaza de la Raza and ARTworx, among many others.