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Sara Eyestone

Sara Eyestone

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Perhaps you’ve seen her posters decorating the sets of television’s Murder She Wrote or Melrose Place. Her artwork is a favorite with Angela Lansbury. Sara Eyestone is one of a small handful of American artists featured on NBC’s Today Show. As a young artist, she left her family home in the mountains of New Mexico and settled on the Jersey Shore an hour by train from New York. It was there that she developed her talent while attracting a following of collectors, press, and publishers. Since 1980 her floral and pottery prints have been featured in over 300 museum shops worldwide. By 1986 the art of Sara Eyestone had been featured throughout the country in 50 one-woman shows. Her design titled THE GOLDEN LADY was chosen as the official Statue of Liberty commemorative plate, and The New Jersey State Museum had a large retrospective exhibition of her paintings and drawings borrowed from private collectors. She is a featured artist on note cards of the renowned Caspari company. Her paintings are commissioned by private collectors and published internationally.

Today Sara Eyestone welcomes visitors from all over the world to her private gallery on the famous river walk in downtown San Antonio, Texas. She continues to paint for the art lovers who commission her, draw their children and grandchildren, and travel to her workshops and signing parties.