Sara grew up on a farm in the bush, with a brush, a big imagination and a deep love for our Australian outback. Equipped with strong will and ambition, Sara left her fashion studies to become an artist. Over the past five years, Sara has slowly developed her personal painting style, which can be broken into two distinct areas.
‘The Girls’, are a playful look into her inner female - an eclectic mix of soft and romantic pastel tones, girl-power costumed masks, mystery, sweetness and oomph! Having always been told she views life through 'rose coloured glasses,' the doe-eyed and pouty mouthed Girls seek to represent Sara's playful, dreamy and idealistic views on the world.
On the other end of the spectrum are Sara's abstract pieces - the result of a more serious conversation with herself. Experimental paint pouring and intentional mark making act as the foundations of these pieces; while colour selection remains the main attraction. Regardless of subject, repetitious dots and lines layer her work, much like the overlapping of thoughts constantly whirring in her mind. The arduous approach to these pieces represent a love of things that take time and effort, much like the slower pace of life she knew on the farm.
You will find Sara currently working on private commissions, exploring new work and ideas, or hiking through the bush with her trusty dog companion, Augie.
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Recent Projects + Events
Workshops 2018 Stackwood Studio
Details in the product description under 'Workshops'.
Life Instyle Melbourne 2017 Kids Instyle 2017
In August 2017, we exhibited for our first time at Life Instyle Melbourne. Over the four day duration of the show, we met with present and future stockists - making connections and getting out of our comfort zone!
Castle for Toybox International 10th Anniversary RQCC
Celebrating their 10th Anniversary Toybox International invited 12 West Australian artists to embellish children's cardboard castles, kindly donated by Uber & Klein to be auctioned on the night.
Over the past 10 years Toybox have entertained over 11,000 black tie guests and raised over $1.5 million.