My work responds to our movement, migration and settlement across the landscape, how we make our mark upon it, and how we connect to ‘place’. The nature of our existence and the mark we make upon the landscape is transitory in comparison to the geological processes of the Earth. It is the migratory and transitory nature of our existence, predominantly within the rural landscape, that I aim to convey within my work.
Sarah lives and works as an artist in the western isles of Scotland. She studied painting at Wimbledon University (UAL), London.
'A Time and Place', Amp Gallery, London (11-14th October 2019)
2019 West Moreland Landscape Prize,Rheged Centre, Cumbria
‘Over Seas’, SkyeMakers Gallery, Isle of Skye
‘Home’, group exhibition, CamCRAG, Michaelhouse Centre, Cambridge
Aros Centre, group exhibition, Portree, Isle of Skye
An Crubh, group exhibition, Sleat, Isle of Skye
Battersea Affordable Art Fair, Artichoke Print Workshop, London
FBA Futures, group exhibition, Mall Galleries, London
Clyde & Co. Art award exhibition, The St.Botolph Building, Wimbledon Degree Show (BA (Hons) Fine Art: Painting, London
Capsticks Winter group exhibition, Wimbledon, London
Capsticks Summer group exhibition, Wimbledon, London
‘No Place in Particular’, solo exhibition, Le Garage Gallery, South London
‘Bittersweet’, group exhibition, Real World Gallery, E1, London
featured on saatchiart.com, and interviewed @postcard wall, Traction magazine.