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From her studio in a shallow dip of rolling farmland, Sarah witnesses the enduring landscape exposed to the weather, the changing seasons, and passing of the sun. She glimpses the progress of wild creatures in the margins and ponder on the various traces of human life. She lives and works in north Essex where her studio is surrounded by farmland.
During higher education Sarah studied Fine Art and became interested in ceramics. Her education included a diploma by independent study, whn she concentrated on ceramics. She lived for many years in London, where she made ceramics sporadically, in makeshift studios, while she earned her living working in the building trade, as a plasterer and decorator.
She has also taught adult education classes, clay work with people with mental health problems; a lot of experimentation, including building more than one studio and raku kilns and a sabbatical in a Cape Town ceramic studio where Sarah was able to focus on consolidating technique.
Sarah's ceramics are always hand built and fired several times. Currently, she likes to use simple slips and oxides with scant use of glaze. Moving back to her roots, she has, for the last few years, been a dedicated artist, producing a variety of ceramics and exhibiting widely.
In September 2015, she won the Bruckner Foundation Prize at the Musee de Carouge Biennial ceramic competition in Geneva, Switzerland, for a bone china lampshade. She is a member of the Craft Potters Association and the Anglian Potters.
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