McGraw-Hill Companies, New York City, NY
Wyeth Pharmaceuticals, Philadelphia, PA
Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP, New York City, NY
Stanton, Kay & Watson LLP, San Francisco, CA
Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP, Philadelphia, PA
GG Productions, Lindenhurst, NY
Drs. Eric and Elise Rose, New York City, NY
Mr. David Lasser, Monroe Township, NJ
Mr. Mark Jacoff, Boston, MA
Ms. Claire Rosenzweig, Forest Hills, NY
Jeanne and Hugh Rayburn, Portland, OR
Ms. Daars constructions deal with rhythms...and effectively occupy the middle ground between the tangible and the abstract ... as if to challenge the imagination.
Helen A. Harrison, The New York Times (1996)
Ms. Daar builds layered constructions that suggest the rhythmic interplay of forms and an ongoing dialogue between geometric and organic abstraction.
Helen A. Harrison, The New York Times (2000)
Sculpture is especially strong in the 48th Long Island Artists' Exhibition at the Heckscher Museum. Roberta Daar's painted wall relief, The F to Midtown, pays homage to 1930's modernism.
The New York Times (2003)
Roberta Daar shows her taste for music in First Chord, a handsome white wood piece which is an unusual and bold composition.
Arlyne Boltson, The Northport Journal
Ms. Daars work is substantial. It overcomes its medium and really expresses form.
Barb Dougherty, editor, Art Calendar Magazine
Her sculptures have been featured in group and solo shows at museums and galleries in the New York tri-state area, including:
Nassau County Museum of Art, Roslyn, NY
The Heckscher Museum of Art, Huntington, NY
Vanderbilt Museum, Centerport, NY
The Pen and Brush, Inc., NY, NY
Omni Gallery, Uniondale, NY
B.J. Spoke Gallery, Huntington, NY
Chelsea Center, Muttontown, NY
Oheka Mansion, Huntington, NY