Sarah likes to push the boundaries of screen-printing and colour. She creates intricate, hand-cut paper stencils, and prints layers of vibrant colour to build her images.
The work explores man-made landscapes with a focus on industrial and urban environments. Sarah believes that "In both industrial and agricultural settings, we shape, manipulate and modify the land for our own gain. In doing so, the architectural shapes and patterns we create form part of our cultural landscape, and communicate the history and heritage of a place."
Sarah's aim with her work is to highlight and celebrate places we pass every day and fail to notice or choose to ignore.