I am a published pet portrait and conservation artist from the UK and specialise in highly detailed oil paintings and pencil drawings.
I have always been passionate about wildlife and the natural world. I have a Bachelors Degree in Zoology and a Masters degree in Biodiversity and Conservation.
I draw a lot of my inspiration through my years of travelling and knowledge in the zoological field. Through this I create intricate oil paintings and drawings that capture the animals personality and spirit.
Where I can I like to get involved with a number of wildlife charities and donate art and hold fundraisers through social media. I believe in the power of promoting conservation through art. To name a few I've worked with Animals Asia, Explorers against extinction, Wires, Cheetah the movie and a number of Wildlife parks. I am currently an Ambassador artist for African Wildlife art INVICTA wildlife fund.
My work is sold worldwide. I have had my work published in two books, Britains orchids wildguide 2021 and I'm currently the front cover artist to a new York times best selling author Kate Carlisle (Abense of mallets). I have been a finalist in the David Shepherd wildlife artist of the year awards and my work is currently licensed by MGL licensing.
Above photos: Sarah, her dad David and sister Rachel helping support the Animals Asia campaign, bear in the woods. Middle image,A fundraiser for the Australia bush fires Sarah ran.
Right: Sarah and Rob from Explorer's against extinction at the charity fundraiser Sarah donates work to each year.