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Sarah Richardson

Tumbling Leaves 100x120x4cm Acrylic.jpg

I love the playfullness of this painting! I have layered thin scrapings of paint to build up the effect of movement and lightness as if leaves are floating from a tree. This is currently on exhibition at the Northcott Theatre, Exeter.
2014

August Knapweed 100x100x4cm Acrylic.jpg

Just sold this painting at an exhibition in Exeter.
2014

Blue Summer Hayfield 2 120x100x4cm Acrylic.jpg

This is a larger canvas 1mx1.2m and really makes a statement on a wall. I have sold this and others in the series to both corporate and private locations
2014

Beyond The Birch 150x100x4cm Acrylic.jpg

2015

A beach stroll 100x100x2cm Acrylic (800x799).jpg

Acrylic on canvas - inspired by the Porthminster Beach, St Ives
2015

Moody Skies Over Water 80x80x4cm Acrylic (794x800).jpg

SOLD
2015

Poppies in Cornfield 120x100x4cm (613x800).jpg

Acrylic on canvas
2015

Through the Birches (800x527).jpg

A large canvas drawing the viewer into the woods!
2015

Sails in the Bay 60x60cm Acrylic on canvas (793x800).jpg

Exploring sea and sky and reflections
2015

Race Night in St Ives 60x60cm Acrylic (786x800).jpg

Inspired by evenings in St Ives Harbour
2015

Sarah Richardson

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Sarah Richardson

I am a huge believer in the power of play and the altered mind state that is achieved through the act of playing.
Through my art I create a style of painting that not only allows myself a chance to play with colour, texture, form, etc., but also invites the viewer to participate and engage in this sense of fun and childlike abandon.
I have been greatly influenced and encouraged by the Australian artist Ken Done and the Cornish artist John Dyer, both unashamedly happy painters who also have an intense love of bright colours and forms.
Recently I have been exploring the joys of picnics in summer hayfields, layering colours and textures in the way of painted collage and enjoying the juxtapositioning of sea, sky and blurred horizons.

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Address: Greatcombe, Holne, Newton Abbot, TQ13 7SP