People are extraordinary - each person has a story to tell. With this in mind, Sarah finds the people of the music and film industry fascinating. Growing up with the sounds of Bob Dylan, the importance of a house filled with music was something Sarah quickly became accustomed to.
As with photography, black and white will always remain a classic when it comes to art. Sarah's continuous line drawings have been enhanced with the additional use of ink. Exploring new avenues of creativity is something Sarah strives to do in her work.
Residing in the city of Bath allows Sarah to be inspired by architecture everyday. Fascinated by both the simplicity and immense detail found in the form and structure of buildings influences Sarah's artwork.
Sarah's appreciation of architecture provides an eye opener to the diverse creativity buildings can give. Shops, houses, theme parks, hotels and abandoned developments are just a few buildings that inspire Sarah.
Buildings created out of continuous line drawings and layers of magazine papers.
'To me, photography is an art of observation. It's about finding something interesting in an ordinary place...I've found it has little to do with the things you see and everything to do with the way you see them' - Elliot Erwitt
An illustrated guide to photography. A concept that seems unusual but that has allowed Sarah to combine her admiration for both photography and illustration.
Inspired by iconic moments of history and her friend's photographic talent, Sarah believes that as artists we have the opportunity to view life in a phenomenal way.
A series of lunchtime doodles. Sarah used to work in retail but that never stopped her from creating. Lunchtime breaks allowed her to create quick continuous line doodles.
'And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love' 1 Corinthians 13v13.
Sarah loves seeing people get married, especially at weddings that truly show the couples personalities and relationship. The attention to detail to allow the couple's uniqueness to be shown is something Sarah admires and aims to create in her stationery designs.
Sarah loves collaborating with people and has thoroughly enjoyed being able to create for a variety of people, locations and sources. From being featured in Bath Life Magazine, writing and illustrating for ThreadsUK, selling at crafts fairs to being mentioned on Jack Garratt's twitter.
There is no limit to creativity. Sarah has found drawing on items other than paper to be exciting and challenging. Sarah believes that versatility is important and aims to produce illustration and design that will suit anyone's needs.
Sarah's illustrations are available for exhibitions in any space or location. Exhibiting in Boston Tea Party, Bath, allowed Sarah to work with the incredible printers at Image Centre Bath. Sarah would like to thank Zed at Image Centre for the print production and photographs of this exhibition.
With her love for buildings and architecture, Sarah has extended her line designs onto glass jars. Each jar is inspired by a city such as Paris, Bath and Milan, with line drawings of selected architecture of the city. The illustrations are all hand drawn, creating unique bespoke products.