For the past ten years, Sarah has enjoyed making with colour, paint and clay. Her art is usually detailed, often inspired by nature in the grounds of her studio at Quixotica Art Space, where she creates alongside her partner, Rowley Drysdale. Recently Sarah has created a series of ceramic pieces decorated utilising the ancient ceramic art of sgraffito. Many hours are spent planning the designs, drawing them on to wheel thrown porcelain pieces then bringing them to life with underglaze, paint brushes and stylus tools. This technique combines all the creative processes Sarah enjoys most - drawing, painting and ceramics.