Sarah’s ceramic work is distinctive for her surface decoration utilising the ancient ceramic arts of sgraffito and mishima. She is often inspired by plant life, especially flowers and wild grasses and the small living creatures that surround them. Many hours are spent creating detailed designs and then applying them to her wheel thrown work.
Concurrent with her ceramic creations, Sarah draws and paints with ink, watercolour and acrylic on canvas and paper, with occasional additions of texture with yarn and fabric.
You will often find Sarah alongside her husband, well known ceramic artist Rowley Drysdale in their studio at Quixotica.