Sarah Gilman


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Sarah Gilman is a painter currently based in the Merseyside area. Gilman studied Fine Art Painting (BA Hons) at University Centre St Helens and graduated in 2018 with First Class Honours. She has exhibited both locally and nationally since 2017 and was awarded First Prize at St Helens Open Arts Prize 2019.

Recent exhibitions include: Slap-Bang!: New Art Spaces, Warrington; New Light Art Prize 2020-21, Scarborough, Newcastle, Carlisle, and London; Somewhere Between Reality and Obscurity: The Viewing Room, Digital Gallery; Independents Biennial 2021, online and newspaper publication; Regarding the Object (solo show), Liverpool; Enough is Definitely Enough, Salford and Middlesbrough; More T’North, Preston; A Little Painting Show, Manchester,Liverpool and Leeds; Made It, Salford; PAINT, Manchester; Greater Manchester Arts Prize, Bolton; New Light Art Prize 2017-19, County Durham, West Yorkshire, London and Cumbria.

Gilman’s work is held in a number of private collections and has recently been included in the publication and exhibition entitled “Enough is Definitely Enough” by Andrew Bracey.






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