Sydney Yeager is an artist who lives in Austin and maintains a working studio in Elgin, Texas. Yeager has exhibited widely in the state of Texas and her work has been collected by several museums, which include the Museum of Fine Art, Houston (Prints and Drawings collection), the El Paso Museum of Art, the Tyler Museum of Art, and the Art Museum of South Texas. Sydney’s work is represented in the 2014 book, Texas Abstract: Modern/Contemporary, edited by Michael Paglia and Jim Edwards. In 2019, Sydney was invited to have a solo exhibition at Texas A&M’s Wright Gallery, School of Art and Architecture. Another solo exhibition of her work titled Little Mysteries, curated by Clint Wilour of the Galveston Art Center, toured the state in 2003-2004. This exhibition traveled to several museums including the Jones Center, Austin (now the Contemporary Austin). In 1996, she was awarded a Mid-America Arts Alliance Grant, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, in the field of Painting and Works on Paper. Sydney Yeager is affiliated with the Laura Rathe Fine Art and Ivester Contemporary galleries in Austin.
Current Courses 2020-2021
ARTS 1317 Drawing II
ARTS 2316 Painting I
ARTS 2317 Painting I

Adjunct Professor