Sara paints with very gestural mark making, and this painting is part of her new body of work which expresses Sara’s thoughts about nature, the environment and mankind. It is painted on paper using earth pigment paints which Sara has foraged from coasts and hills in South West England. Sara comments,
“It’s a bit more spare than most of the layered earth pigment paintings I’ve been making, but I feel it is absolutely complete and says everything it needs to say as it is. I’m really liking the lightness of being of these strange, almost undersea-type tree-like forms – and everything they articulate about our precarious plantlife right now.”
Currently the work is priced as unframed, to allow ease of transport. We have shown how it could look in a dark wood frame as a suggestion. Once framed, you should allow for a wall space of at least 170 x 120 cm.