Sarah is an Irish artist, based in west Clare. She graduated from the Crawford College of Art and Design in 2017. Themes of abandonment and the hidden are present in her work, alongside notions of resilience and growth. The carrying of stories of our predecessors interests her. She works in ceramics, glass and printmaking, and is a member of Cork Printmakers.
Sarah has work in private collections, Blackrock Castle Observatory and the Office of Public Works. Awards include the Blue Egg Gallery Bursary, The Annual Peter Brennan Pioneering Award, Future Makers’ awards 2017, 2018; and residencies with the National Sculpture Factory and Cork Printmakers Bursary Award. She was long-listed for the RDS Visual Arts Awards in 2017 and short-listed for the RDS Craft Awards 2018.

For the woodland symposium, Sarah has tested chromatography, anthotypes, and print- and paper making as well as building through clay to examine the forest floor. Her work reflects on both the intervention of the Sitka plantations on the landscape, and the almost imperceptible regeneration of pockets of land through the growth of sphagnum moss.

Sarah Roseingrave