Sara LaMothe was born in NYC and is the daughter of artist Yvan Lamothe, a Haitian immigrant whose art has been showcased nationally. Creative talent came naturally to Sara when by age seven she started creating abstract art using a single generic architecture’s template and colored pencils.
Utilizing basic household objects for outlines, along with a variety of templated shapes, her artwork illustrates designs from whimsical to chaotic cohesion. Her art tool of choice? Prismacolor markers.
Sara’s personal goal and belief is to spread color and positivity worldwide because, color can change the world. She has taken a small step in this endeavor by setting a goal to donate unique artwork to a random children’s hospital, one per state, starting with the A’s. Past kids art can be viewed on her website.
Sara has successfully created 16 custom designs based on the person’s choice of colors and personal theme. She interpreted the information and created a special piece which was sent to the collector along with her PayPal asking to be paid what they felt the art was worth to them.
As a member of the local artist’s group, Common Folk, Sara has shown her art twice as part of the ‘Bless The Space Between Us’ exhibit, featuring artists touched by addiction in some manner. She was also featured in Jaamzin Creative as an ‘Artist of the Day’ in the June 24th edition, and as part of the special ‘Artists reflecting on the Coronavirus’ edition, March 23, 2020.