Sara Erenthal Art

Sara Erenthal is a self-taught visual and performance artist whose work focuses on themes of displacement, survival, and liberation. Born into an ultra-Orthodox Jewish family, she left home at 17 to avoid an arranged marriage, and spent the next decade wandering different parts of the world and absorbing life in a variety of cultures--from a stint in the Israeli defense forces, to life on a left-wing kibbutz, to backpacking across India. Since 2010, she has been creating art full time using a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpting, performance, installations, using everyday materials, such as coffee, fabric and ropes. She has presented in both group and solo exhibits, and her work and story have received notable media coverage, with articles in The New York Times, The Daily News, The Village Voice, The Jewish Week, and The Times of Israel. Sara's art is deeply self-reflective and exploratory, and presents a compelling illustration of the human capacity to be powerful and make inspired choices. More on Facebook.com/touchofparvati or contact Sara.Erenthal@gmail.com Sara Erenthal Art joined Society6 on May 6, 2016

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Sara Erenthal is a self-taught visual and performance artist whose work focuses on themes of displacement, survival, and liberation. Born into an ultra-Orthodox Jewish family, she left home at 17 to avoid an arranged marriage, and spent the next decade wandering different parts of the world and absorbing life in a variety of cultures--from a stint in the Israeli defense forces, to life on a left-wing kibbutz, to backpacking across India. Since 2010, she has been creating art full time using a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpting, performance, installations, using everyday materials, such as coffee, fabric and ropes. She has presented in both group and solo exhibits, and her work and story have received notable media coverage, with articles in The New York Times, The Daily News, The Village Voice, The Jewish Week, and The Times of Israel. Sara's art is deeply self-reflective and exploratory, and presents a compelling illustration of the human capacity to be powerful and make inspired choices. More on Facebook.com/touchofparvati or contact Sara.Erenthal@gmail.com

Sara Erenthal Art joined Society6 on May 6, 2016.

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