Sara Erenthal

Breaking Away, Looking Back

Sara Erenthal likes to think of her one-woman gallery show as a brief memoir. From the moment that visitors walk through the door of the Soapbox Gallery in Brooklyn’s Prospect Heights, they enter her life, first via her childhood bedroom.

The artist Sara Erenthal next to "Eidele Meidele."

From Williamsburg To Bushwick

Raised Neturei Karta, Sara Erenthal served in the IDF and journeyed to India before discovering she was an artist.
05/30/2013
Jewish Week Book Critic

At a close look, what appears to be a tear on the cheek of one of Sara Erenthal’s painted portraits is actually a hole in the wooden board the piece is painted on. The painting is one in a series called “Out of the Drawer” — the boards were pulled from a drawer she found on the street.

From Sara Erenthal's series, "A Window Into My Life."
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