Sara Galkin has a BFA from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. where her concentration was glassblowing.
When she graduated in 1994, she was told that playtime was over and the best thing to do was to find a job that has some creativity. As a child with undiagnosed ADHD, she was encouraged to just get through school and do her best.
Her learning style was not considered a superpower in those days.
After having kids, her instincts and creativity began pouring out of her.
She began filling her house with her kids art noticing they were references to life adults could not remember.
Sara worked in publishing and advertising for 20 years before she began to open up and embrace vulnerability. She gave herself permission to realize her purpose as an artist and a teacher.
2016 Sara began exhibiting her work as an abstract painter.
2017 Sara began teaching an inquiry based art program for all ages in Brooklyn, NY. Using art to represent creative flow
Sara's purpose as an art teacher is to help kids be in the moment and to trust themselves. A spontaneous mind is a constant reminder that we are born with a spirit that we must fight to keep.
Sara lives in Brooklyn, NY with her husband and 3 kids