We recently interviewed Sarah for a W&B podcast
and went along to her Alphabetown exhibition in Brighton’s O N C A gallery.

She’s a Worthing creative that most people in the ‘scene’ are aware of, mostly because of her amazing work – but also because of her curly red hair and black rimmed glasses. If you meet Sarah at one of her exhibitions, you won’t forget her, and you won’t forget her work – because you’d have probably bought a tea towel with ‘Tits’ on it, or greeting cards showcasing her amazing drawings on of birds. I personally have an A3 print of a starling that I put up in my son’s bedroom, and several greetings cards that I’m keeping for special occasions – a kingfisher, a bluetit, and some knockers.

Sarah has an impressive list of clients, including RSPB, Kew Gardens, Booth Museum, Welsh Women’s Aid, and Kate Humble! Her illustrations are humorous and cute, beautifully drawn and hold more personality than Parkinson’s sofa. You can buy Sarah’s work online, on Etsy and Not on the High Street, and in shops. Locally, do visit and support FOUND Shop + Studio and Inspired, where you can find a selection of her ‘For the Pun of It’ collection and work by loads of other amazing artists! Her merchandise makes great presents, and any company who works with her will find themselves celebrating the day they asked her for a chat. Bravo Sarah. Lovely person, lovely work.

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