Ben Sack

Benjamin Sack is an American artist living and working in Leesburg, Virginia.

Benjamin (Ben) Sack is an American artist, known for his pen and ink drawings of imaginary, complex cityscapes. He went to Virginia Commonwealth University and earned his BFA in 2011Benjamin Sack lives and works in Leesburg, Virginia, a town just outside of Washington D.C. He graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University in 2011 with a degree in Fine Art.

Sack’s work explores architecture as a flexible medium capable of expressing the unique space between realism and abstraction; where interpretation and our ability to create meaning is in flux. Within this space, Sack, furnished with pen and ink, encapsulates both the infinite and infinitesimal. His work invites the eye to explore drawings of the “big picture,” to gaze into a kaleidoscope of histories and to look further into the elemental world of lines and dots.


2011,  Virginia Commonwealth University, BFA, Magna Cum Laude


2013, Eroica, Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, VA.
2012, Benjamin Sack, Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ.


2015, The Round Square, Robert Fontaine Gallery, Miami, FL.
2015, Wintery Mix III, Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, Va
2015, Le Port della Fantasia, Museo in Erbo, Erbo, Switzerland.
2015, ART WYNWOOD, Robert Fontaine Gallery, Miami, FL.
2014, CONTEXT Art Fair, Robert Fontaine Gallery, Miami, FL.
2014, AQUA  Art Fair, Ghostprint GalleryMiami, FL.
2014, Hot Art Chelsea, Highline Loft Gallery, New York, NY.
2013, A Gift of Art, Hubert Gallery, New York, NY.
2013, International Arts Festival, 25CPW Gallery, New York, NY.
2013, Landscapes, Seascapes and Architecture, Richeson Gallery, Kimberly, WI.
2013, Dreamscapes: Art and Design, Ghostprint Gallery, Richmond, VA.
2012, International Arts Festival, Museum of Russian Art, Jersey City, NJ.
2012, 54th Professional Juried Show, Museum of Illustration, New York, NY.
2008-2011, Juried Student Exhibition, Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University Richmond, VA.


2012,  Graphics Winner in the International Arts Festival
2011,  Department of Communication Arts Outstanding Senior Award
2010,  Mallory-Callan Scholarship
2010,  New York Society of Illustrators Lila Dryer Scholarship