After studying textile design at Chelsea School of Art, I worked as a freelance designer, producing surface pattern designs and artwork for a number of clients. I now work primarily with drawing and painting.
2016 - First Class Degree BA (Hons) Fine Art, University of Suffolk
1986 - 1988 - Textile Design, Chelsea School of Art, Lime Grove London
2009 - 2010 Botanical Illustration and Painting
2010 - Anatomy Drawing, Suffolk New College
2010 - The Art of Figure Drawing, Suffolk New College
2012 - Barque Drawing Course, Atrium Studios, Suffolk
Artist Statement, 2018
Drawing is an extremely important part of my creative process. Working in sketchbooks and on paper is the way I explore my ideas. It is through this process that I ultimately find focus and direction. Much of my inspiration comes from books, poetry and photographs.
I am a storyteller who tells tales in pictures.
My subject matter is almost always the female figure. The colour choices for my work is dictated by my own feelings, using colour to reveal the emotional context of the painting. My work invites the viewer to explore the psychological, physical and emotional relationships of the women I depict.
To follow the process of Sarah's practice click on this link to The Artists Information Company.
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