Sara Glater holds graduate degrees in printmaking and theater design and was executive director of the San Francisco and Marin Children's Art Centers for 10 years. Her work has been shown nationally and is published and licensed in a variety of forms. She describes her work as being about day dreams and night dreams, hopes and aspirations focusing on the value and importance of the present moment.
Her mixed media artworks blend paper-making techniques with carved surfaces of wood, plaster or foam. She embeds objects and paints on the final cast pieces. The result is an image that combines the carved surface of the print block with the color saturation and thickness of molded paper pulp. Her art is often whimsical while expressing deep archetypal themes.
She also wrote and illustrated an award-winning picture book for people of all ages whose lives are touched by illness, [A Wish for Wings and Other Things].