Sarah is a contemporary painter who lives in St.Ives, Cambridgeshire. She has spent many years working in promotion, merchandising and window display.  
Sarah's love of painting started in her mid twenties when in 2005 she studied with the Open College of the Arts. Sarah's studies led her to complete a BA in Fine Art at the Cambridge School of art in 2015. Sarah's work focuses on paintings, which can be seen as a study through the exploration of experience and memory.

​Sarah is a colourist. Sarah seeks colour and light in forms collected from experiences and memories of social encounters. The collection of forms is used to create a narrativity through a study of past time enactments. The exploration of colour and light merges with the collective images on the canvas exploring paint texture and medium.  

Sarah has been involved in many group exhibitions and featured through online social media platforms and magazines.  

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Publications, Press

2020- Feature in Degree Art's Locked + Loaded | The Catalogue - October  

2020- Flux Review, Edition 1 page 188 

2017 - Feature in the exhibition catalogue by Photograd, for the Exploration and Investigation exhibition.

2015 - The Student Pocket Guide, National Issue 29, January-April. 

Gallery representation 

McNeill Gallery 

Online Gallery representation 

Amar Gallery

Degree Art

Creative Debuts

Saatchi Art 



2011 - 2015 - Fine art Ba (Hons) at the Cambridge school of art, Anglia Ruskin University. 


Awards and events

2018 - Shortlisted for the Visual Art Open 

2016 - Selected for round 2 of the Aesthetica art prize. 

2015 - Long listed for the signature art prize. 

2015 - Finalist for the sustainability art Prize.  

Upcoming exhibitions:

2022- Twitter Art Exhibit, York, 25-26th July. www.twitterartexhibit.org



Past Exhibitions

2021- Time & Tide- Land & Waterscape Exhibition, McNeill Gallery October 15th

2021-New Artist Fair, Truman Brewery Brick Lane, London. 1-3rd October

2021-Twitter Art Exhibit, Cheltenham, 3rd July . www.twitterartexhibit.org

2021-McNeill Gallery, Summer Exhibition, 25th June 

2021-The Flux Review virtual Exhibition, V1 Exhibition Part 2.       26th April 25th May. 


2020- Twitter Art Exhibit, William H Miller Studios, Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. USA. 4th September. 

2020- McNeill Gallery, Summer Charity Exhibition. 27th June  https://mcneillgallery.com/portfolio/charity-fundraiser/ 

2019- Makers Gallery, Cambridge. 10th-22nd October. 

2019- The Cult House, Pop up Store, Gallery 54, London. 26th-31st August.

2019- Twitter Art Exhibit, Edinburgh, Scotland. 11th-13th May. 

2019- Flux Exhibition, The National Army Museum, Chelsea, London. March 14th - 17th. 

2019- Talented Art Fair, Truman brewery, London. March 1-3 

2019- January Exhibition, Mc Neill Gallery, Pewsey, Wiltshire. 1-31st January. 

2018- Summer Exhibition, Mc Neill Gallery, Pewsey, Wiltshire. 19th June- 20th August. 

2018- Twitter Art Exhibit, Strathnairn Arts Gallery, Canberra. Australia. 7-29th April.  

2017- Exploration and Investigation, Subterranean Arts Gallery, Ipswich. 27th Oct- 18th Nov.  

2017- Twitter Art Exhibit, The Arts House, Stratford Upon Avon. 1-19 April. 

2017- Colour Opulences, Caxton, London, February. 

2017- Transition, The Storey, The Gallery, Lancaster. 14th- 17th Feb.

2016- Motion, Whistler Gallery, Jerwood Dance House, Pop my mind, Ipswich. 25th- 28th Nov.   

2016- Pop my mind's Exhibition

'Into The Forest', St Peter's, Ipswich, 19th&20th August.

2016- Twitter Art Exhibit, Trygve Lie Gallery, New York, 31stMarch- 21st April.