About The Artist
Sarah majored in theatre at Skidmore College, and while never a household name, she got to sing on Broadway, play the villain on soaps, and make a lot of commercials.
She received her certificates in Botanical Art and Natural Science Illustration at The New York Botanical Garden where she then taught Drawing, Colored Pencil, and Watercolor for eight years. Her teaching credits also include Connecticut College Arboretum, several Garden Clubs of America, Wooster School Community Art Center, the Harvey School in Katonah, NY, and EYE, in Greenwich, CT.
Her work has appeared at the Tang Museum in Saratoga Springs, the Mariposa Museum in Peterborough, NH, GALLERY YELLOW in Cross River, NY, the ESC at the Yale Peabody Museum, juried exhibits at the Highstead Arboretum, the Frelinghysen Arboretum, the Mark Twain Library, Ridgefield Guild of Artists, the Wilton Library, the City Lights Gallery in Bridgeport, CT, “Art in the Country” for the Easton Arts Council, Front Street Gallery in Patterson, NY, Connecticut Audubon in Pomfret, CT, the international juried show, “the 5 B’s”, at the Wayne Art Center in Wayne, PA, the Natural Science show at the Spectrum Art Gallery in Centrebrook, CT, the annual juried art show at the Slater Art Museum, the Boston Flower Show, and the “Rivers, Textile and Dye Plants” NESBA show at the Brush Art Gallery in Lowell, MA.
Sarah Saltus is available to teach art classes
SARAH IS A MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF BOTANICAL ARTISTS, THE GUILD OF NATURAL SCIENCE ILLUSTRATORS, AND THE KENT ART ASSOCIATION,
Her photography has been exhibited in Greenwich, CT where she won an award for “Landscapes of Greenwich” for the Greenwich Arts Council, and her photos of mothers and children of Afghanistan are currently being exhibited at the Mariposa Museum in Peterborough, NH.