I am a landscape painter interested in the significant impact of human activity upon the planet’s ecosystems, geology and climate, and more specifically how this relates to the rural environment.
Issues such as climate change, the coastal and marine environment, agriculture, isolation and migration underpin my work, whilst considering our transitory existence in relation to the geological age of the Earth.
Sarah lives and works as an artist in the western isles of Scotland. She studied painting at Wimbledon University (UAL), London.
2022 Art on a Postcard, Hepatitis C Trust, London
2022 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, London
2022 ‘Reverb’, Visual Arts Scotland Annual Open, Royal
Scottish Academy,Edinburgh (tba)
2021 Hulabhaig UIg Open, Isle of Lewis (Curator
2021 ‘The Quick Brown Fox Jumps Over the Lazy Dog’,
TurpsCC21, Cohort Art
2021 ‘Incandescent’, Irving Contemporary, Oxford
2021 'Message to the Earth' John Muir Open, Dundee
2021 ‘Our Changing World’, D31 Gallery, Doncaster
2021 The Alpine Fellowship Visual Art Prize (shortlist)
2021 Jackson’s Art Prize - Winner of the Landscape,
Seascape, City category
2021 Royal Scottish Academy 195th Annual Exhibition,