Sara Woster: Painting Can Save Your Life – Events April 14-16, 2023

Carolyn Glasoe Bailey Foundation
Bart’s Books
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
invite you to celebrate artist Sara Woster and her new book!

Friday, April 14:

Artist Dinner
Private Residence, Ojai
Are you a member?

Saturday, April 15:

1:00 – 3:00 pm
Painting Club Workshop
Carolyn Glasoe Bailey Foundation
248 S. Montgomery, Ojai
$150 per person, includes a copy of the book and lunch

6:00 pm
Author in Conversation
Bart’s Books
302 W Matilija St, Ojai

Sunday, April 16:

12:00 – 4:00 pm
Book Signing
Museum of Contemporary Art Santa Barbara
653 Paseo Nuevo, Upper Arts Terrace
Santa Barbara

For more information and to register please contact: Frederick Janka [email protected]

Artist and founder of The Painting School Sara Woster invites readers into the vibrant world of painting as a creative practice powerful enough to transform our lives.

Sara Woster is a painter, teacher, and art evangelist. She believes in art as a form of mindfulness, a ritual for healing, and an outlet for self-expression. In Painting Can Save Your Life, Woster welcomes readers into this transformative art form, inviting them to pick up a brush and discover how painting can help you see the world in a whole new way.

Painter and art teacher Sara Woster founded The Painting School in an effort to share her passion for painting with her community. Woster shows her work in the United States and internationally, in solo shows and group exhibits. She illustrated several children’s books, and her animations, multimedia, and collaborative performances have been shown at numerous art venues including the Hammer Museum, UCLA, and Franklin Art Works in Minneapolis. She has been granted a Jerome Foundation Emerging Artist Fellowship, a Franconia Sculpture Park residency, and a Brooklyn Arts Council SU-CASA residency. Woster also has a creative writing degree from The New School. She has contributed personal essays to several anthologies and has written two middle-grade books. Woster and her husband, Rob Fischer, established artist residencies in northern Minnesota and the Bleakley House in New York. She lives with her family in Brooklyn.