“Death Falls, Raquette Lake” (watercolor, 16 x 14 in.) by Sarah Yeoman
“Death Falls, Raquette Lake” (watercolor, 16 x 14 in.) by Sarah Yeoman

The following is part of a series featuring a leader in the art community who will be joining us on the faculty of Watercolor Live, a virtual art conference taking place January 26-28, 2023, with a Beginner’s Day on January 25.

“The Adirondacks have long been an important part of my life,” says Sarah Yeoman. “For over 60 years I’ve spent my summers being informed and inspired by the landscape. I think being in and around so much beauty is actually what taught me to see and is a large part of why I’m an artist today.

“For me, a highlight of the Adirondacks is the water. There’s an endless number of interconnected lakes, rivers, and creeks — a network of waterways that allows you to explore and paint remote areas. The diversity within the watershed supplies a variety of different views to paint.”

Connect with the artist: sarahyeoman.com

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