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“When humanity, technology and the natural world convene”…Sarah Yuster’s landscapes embrace the vortex. Her particular ability to convey atmosphere, air and subtle light, results in paintings that nail a moment, flash a glimpse or hint at a mystery.
Sprawling, lush and sentimental treatment is lavished on both likely and unlikely subjects, while others are spare, offhand remarks…and there’s an occasional elbow jab of dry humor. A viewer will likely connect somewhere along this spectrum of compelling images.
Sarah Yuster is a NYC painter best known for her urban landscapes and insightful portraits.
The Smithsonian’s National Portrait Gallery purchased her painting of Nobel laureate Saul Bellow and one of the worlds’ foremost thinkers, Pulitzer prize winner Edward O. Wilson had Yuster paint his portrait, now hanging in Harvard University. Her elegant depiction of the PBS NOVA star, astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson was acquired by the National Air and Space Museum (the most visited museum in the world)
She‘s been commissioned by Yale University,Thailand’s Royal Family, The NY State Legislature, the Wall Street Journal, the City University of NY and the NYC Department of Education among others.
Solo shows at NYC museum venues, the New York Road Runners Club and the National Runners Hall of Fame have met with ardent response and media review. Her paintings have been exhibited at the The National Portrait Gallery in Washington DC, The Academy of Design, Soho galleries, and are installed in major institutions and corporate headquarters throughout the New York metropolitan area, California, Texas and Florida. Yuster's artwork is prominently displayed in locales beyond the US border in Ireland, France, Spain, Japan, Kenya, London, Milan, Athens and Bangkok.
Via the NYC Council on the Arts she created The Firefighter’s Commemorative, a powerful triad of paintings which includes her now iconic pre 9/11 NYC skyline view of lower Manhattan, as seen from the crest of a hill overlooking the harbor. The World Trade Center eclipses a section of sunrise hues; pre-dawn traffic sparse in the foreground.
“The image now has new meaning, magnified by history, pain and the spirit of remembrance.”
Yuster has her home and studio on Staten Island, New York City’s quiet borough, where she lives with her husband, musician Robert Mosci. They have a son and daughter, Ian and Nora.