Sandra Yagi

Longing for the Ephemeral Fine Art Print

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    • Image Size: 14.5 x 17.6 inches | Paper Size: 16 x 20 inches
    • © 2017
    • Produced on professional 9-color press with UV-resistant archival inks. Printed on bright white, 100% cotton, 300 gsm, acid and lignin free heavyweight paper. Image has been carefully color-corrected for complete accuracy.
    • Limited Edition of 35, Signed and numbered by the Artist.
  • Sandra Yagi was raised in suburban Denver Colorado, the oldest of a typical suburban middle class family. From an early age, she loved science, especially biology, and drawing. Yagi cites the following artists and providing inspiration and influence: Titian, Vesalius, Albinus, Caravaggio, Delacroix, Goya, Jerome Witkin, Bill Viola, Walton Ford, Masami Teraoka and William Kentridge. She has participated in several group shows at the gallery, and most notably a solo exhibition ‘Primal Renderings’ in 2011. She currently lives in San Francisco and her studio is located at the Pacific Felt Factory in the city’s Mission district.


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    04/16/2021
    Rachael C.
    United States
    Beautiful and Well-packed!

    I am very happy with my purchase and with every aspect of my interactions with Modern Eden. Communication was timely and courteous. Shipping costs were calculated promptly. My print arrived quickly and in excellent condition along with another item I purchased. I was so impressed by how well everything was packed. Thank you!

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    04/12/2021
    Theresa B.
    United States United States
    Beautiful high quality print of Sandra Yagi’s work

    Ordering was easy. The print arrived quickly and was well packaged. It’s high quality, the colors are vivid, and it was signed & numbered by the artist. Love it!