Sadi Öziş was born in Istanbul in 1923.
After finishing high school education in Istanbul Erkek Lisesi he continued his education in Istanbul Arts Academy, department of decoration and graduated from Kenan Temizan’s fashion atelier.
In 1948, he received the state scholarship and went to Paris to study stage and costume design.
He studied painting in André L’hote atelier, Academie Grande Chaumiere and Atelier de L’art Apstrait; stage and costume design in Ecole du Louvre, Academie Julian and Paul Colin atelier. It is around this time he started studying sculpture.
He returned to Turkey in 1952 and was assigned to Istanbul Art Academy as a faculty member. In 1962 he founded the Department of Stage and Costume Design with Erdoğan Aksel and continued to be a faculty member, later on professor and department head till he retired in 1990. During his retirement he lectured in the Department of Architecture.
In 1956, Sadi Öziş and Ilhan Koman founded Kare Metal, the metal atelier where Turkey’s first metal furniture was produced. In 1958, Şadi Çalık joined them and Kare Metal carried on production till 1967. Sadi Öziş continued working on his sculptures in Kare Metal and his sculpture-furniture creations attracted a lot of attention in the media both in Turkey and Europe.
Sadi Öziş founded Galeri-T, one of Turkey’s leading decoration companies, with Gevher Bozkurt in 1962 and worked in this area together with Kare Metal till 1967.
He participated in various local and international exhibitions with his works. He prepared 1:1 reliefs of Anıtkabir with Hadi Bara, Zühtü Müridoğlu, Şadi Çalık and İlhan Koman.
He was awarded second-prize in 1970 in the 24th State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition and first-prize in 1971 in the 32nd State Painting and Sculpture Exhibition.
Öziş is has lost his life in January 17th, 2012.
Works of Sadi Öziş are being displayed in State Painting and Sculpture museums in Istanbul and Izmir, various hotels and private collections.