American artist Sara Eyestone is known for her choice of beautiful subjects painted with unusual combinations of glorious colors. Art lovers and private collectors commission her paintings that later become the subject of her international art posters, calendars, lithographs, and Caspari notecards. This published work is available in over 500 museum shops and specialty stores worldwide. In 1986, when Sara’s “The Golden Lady” was chosen as the official Statue of Liberty Commemorative Plate, the New Jersey State Museum celebrated her work with a large retrospective featuring paintings and drawings from her private collectors. It was the artist’s fiftieth solo exhibition. Today Sara has moved her studio from the Jersey Shore to the famous Riverwalk in San Antonio, Texas. She welcomes all art lovers to visit while she is painting.