Sarah Graham

Overview

"My work is a vivid exploration of still life, using subjects that allow me to satisfy my obsession with colour; and within them somehow communicate that elusive sense of sheer joy. The process is more visceral than intellectual; I'm generally not too concerned with creating a great deal of meaning beyond the aesthetic.  Imagery is often borrowed from childhood; sweet things, toys, stuff that might evoke a sense of wonderment, and ultimately nostalgia."

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Biography

British painter Sarah Graham was born in Hitchin in 1977, and works almost exclusively in oil on canvas.  She completed a BA (hons) in Fine Art painting from De Montfort University, Leicester in 2000, and has been pursuing her practice ever since.  From 2001 – 2007 she exhibited at independent galleries and art fairs in the UK and overseas.  From 2007 – 2014 she signed with a major UK fine art publisher and her work became widely available as limited edition prints, alongside originals, throughout the UK.

Sarah’s paintings are in private collections across the world, in Europe, the USA, Australia, the Middle East, China and South Africa.

In 2012, Sarah was commissioned by the British band Kaiser Chiefs to paint the album cover of their singles collection ‘Souvenir’, which was released worldwide.  Her work is also owned by Standard Chartered Bank, who commissioned several pieces by Sarah, including a self-portrait, for their vast global collection of contemporary portraits