Sarah Shaw's work is located between figuration and non-figuration. It comes from a quiet place of meditation where metaphorical or symbolic images/barriers/passages are explored in the painterly dialogue about the condition of being human and the concept of living through time. They are not whole images, but snatches of images, sounds and thoughts, briefly forming into coherence like a painterly slideshow of memory.
Sarah's work has been purchased by private collectors in the UK and abroad, and most notably by Ronnie Wood. She has featured in many competitions, including the National Open and the Aesthetica Art Prize and was shortlisted for the Threadneedle Art Prize.
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