Sarah Graham

"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."