Self-taught artist

I share a little piece of my heart in every painting I create. I rarely know beforehand how the new artwork will shape and develop. Nothing is given or decided; the blank canvas itself provokes inspiration.

It is exciting to stand in front of a white canvas. A thousand thoughts and artworks start to dance in my head. I just get started and once the lines, shapes, and colors start coming together, an idea for the motive takes form as well.

This high degree of unpredictability and impulse fascinates me and brings energy & dynamics into my art. Spontaneity lives.

Monotony does not exist in my world!

When I paint, I am free.

In a way, I transport myself to my second universe. My art is fueled by impulse, mood, and creativity more than predetermined ideas or genres. I do not consider my paintings complete until the motive, all colors and elements come together as a unity and no single piece bothers my eye.

The hours I spend in front of the easel are pure contemplation, happiness, and balm for my soul. When I paint, the world outside my studio could end, and I would not notice.

Sarah creates her paintings across multiple genres and with a constant desire to try new techniques and approaches.

She works with a wide palette of materials /tools such as acrylic paint, oil pastels, charcoal, and crayons on canvas and paper.

Sarah has a weakness for the Gold color that she uses in different materials and structures, almost becoming a trademark in her paintings.

Born, raised, and awarded a university degree in Interior Design in the Caribbean. Sarah later moved to Paris in France to learn French and study Fashion Illustration.

She has exhibited her paintings in numerous galleries, art shows, and -associations in Italy, France, Spain, Austria, Sweden and in Denmark, where she now lives.

Some of her works have also appeared in famous magazines such as VOGUE UK, HOUSE AND GARDEN UK, WORLD OF INTERIORS UK, the Luxury Property Magazine, Abode2, the CURATORIAL Volume. 3, Leaders in Contemporary Art -Melbourne, Australia and Dubai Luxury Art Magazine MAGZOID as well.

Her artworks are in private collections in 25 countries.