Sara Erenthal is a Brooklyn-based, multi-disciplinary artist whose work focuses on themes of displacement, survival, and liberation. Born into an ultra-Orthodox Jewish family, she left home at 17 to avoid an arranged marriage and has spent the next two decades creating art and traveling the world. She works across mediums such as painting, sculpting, and performance, often integrating everyday materials into her process. Outside her studio practice Erenthal is also known for painting on discarded objects in the streets giving them a new life. Repurposing these objects into artworks has become an impulse as she ventures around the city. Erenthal's work has been presented in solo and group exhibitions in New York and internationally, in addition to mural commissions and public art projects throughout New York City. Her work has been reviewed and profiled in The New York Times, The Daily News, Vice, The Village Voice, BRIC TV, and Artnet, among others.