Sara  Radstake
Painting Figurative
Sara Radstake
Professional Artist

Sara Radstake was born and raised in Lima -Peru, South America. Her Grandfather, Victor Garay Vasquez was a professional artist and he taught her how to draw the human body when she was 5 years old. Raised mostly by her Grandmother (Abuelita) she was not allowed to watch television or go outside to play with the other children, so Radstake painted using oils and charcoal to pass the time.

After Radstake came to America, 23 years ago, and with the encouragement and
support of her husband she began to expand her training and finally
began studying under master painter Sharon Rae Hyder at the Hyder
Gallery. Sharpening her skills in charcoal, oil, and acrylic she
expanded into landscape and floral designs exploring many new

Radstake have been fascinated with traveling around the world since she was little and when she visits another country; she submerge into its culture and life style. Those experiences help Radstake recreate people and landscapes and because of her Latin heritage, her work is often lit with bright and crisp colors combined with American and ethnic nuances.

Although having a Bachelors Degree in Business Administration, Radstake passion was always to develop her work into a successful fine art brand. Now collected throughout the world, she is expanding her gallery representation across America.

Her work can be found in the Hyder Gallery Center for fine art and other fine art venues in Sanford, Florida.

Black Mountain

Girls at the Beach

100 Years Old and Another Storm

Little Village of Color

Waiting for Love

Jack and Jill


Fury of the Sea

Sunflowers at Dusk

Time to Think

Floral Arrangement

Flower Explosion

Tree Spirits.

Palm Trees


Little Red House by the River

Woman in Red.

Woman in Blue.

House by the river

Thinking About Life

Lonely Woman by the Window

A young Girls Portrait


The Wealth of Peru


Painting: Oil on Canvas

Flamenco dancer in a red dress

Original Work:
Height 20" x Width 24"
Year Produced: 2013
Inventory ID SR_0030
This is an original work.
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This is a portrait of a flamenco dancer who is showing emotional intensity in her dance, expressive use of her arms and face, and rhythmic stamping of her feet; characteristics of the flamenco dance. Flamenco dance developed in the late 18th century in Spain by �gitanos� (gypsies) and it showed arrogant or flamboyant behavior in general.

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