Sara Woster (USA, 1971) lives and works between Brooklyn and the Catskills. She studied painting at the University of Minnesota before getting a degree in creative writing at The New School. She was granted the Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship, a Franconia Sculpture Park residency and a Brooklyn Arts Council SU-CASA residency. She has written a painting how-to and memoir, Painting Can Save Your Life, to be released by TarcherPerigee/Penguin Random House in May 2022. She has exhibited her paintings and animations at various galleries around the world including Freight and Volume Gallery, NY, Alt Esc, NY, 90sqm Gallery, Amsterdam, Lachaise Gallery and the Center for Visual Research, Cedar Crest College, Allentown, PA, Hendershot Gallery, NY, South Dakota Art Museum, Brookings, SD, The Soap Factory, Minneapolis, MN, Porch Gallery, Ojai, CA, and Washington Pavilion, Sioux Falls, SD. Her multimedia, collaborative performances have been performed at various venues including The Hammer Museum, UCLA and Franklin Art Works, Minneapolis, MN.