Sarah Bradford

Sarah Bradford was born in London in 1943 and as a mature student studied Fine Art at Stourbridge College of Art from 1976-79. After completing a PGCE in Birmingham she taught for several years until retiring in 1992 to concentrate on painting.
She has exhibited widely both nationally and internationally, and as a member of “Ysbrid”, the Welsh group dedicated to painting, represented Wales at the L’Orient Interceltic Festival, Brittany in August 2001 and the Trelaze Festival in 2002. The group were also invited in 2002 to form the complementary exhibition “A Propos, Ceri Richards” for the National Museum of Wales. She recently won the professional artist prize at the Wrexham Open.
"My work attempts to recapture the essence of places seen and felt, not in any topographical sense, but as a subjective and personal view. This making of an imagined landscape is a summing-up of memory and experience. Impressions, large and small, distant and close-up, how even the smallest detail can recall the whole and ideas about scale are explored. All are brought together to form coherent and convincing landscape imagery whilst holding fast to the autonomy of painting. "
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