Election to the ROI
I feel very honoured to have been elected a full member of the ROI, and to be part of such a wonderful society dedicated solely to oil painting.
I work in my studio in Oxford painting mostly small still life paintings. They are quite often things that have been grown on the allotment or in the garden, or from the local market. I see something and want to paint it- I like to think of them as individual portraits.
I have always loved using oil paint, I love the range and depth of colour it allows, and its great flexibility. For me, painting has always been a way to explore the mysteries of space and form revealed by light, and oil paint is the medium I love to use most.
Looking at things and mixing colour is what I do.
It is a great privilege to have been elected to the society by fellow oil painters, so many thanks to all those who voted for me, and I am very much looking forward to being part of the ROI.
Sarah Spackman 2022
Patrick George: “If I see something I like, I wish to tell someone else. This then is why I paint.”
Assemble 23 Tregony Gallery
1-14 February 2023
230 Portobello Rd
London W11 1LJ
Royal Society of British Artists
2-11 March 2023
Mall Galleries, London
NEW WORKSHOPS 2023
I have a new colour mixing with oil paints workshop in March 2023 at Hampshire Art Studios.
Please see the link on the workshops page for details.
I will also be teaching an online workshop with Winslow Art Center,
Painting Flowers 2, Springtime Conversations,
March 6-April 3.
More details are on the workshops page.
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Sarah regularly has paintings
with the following galleries so
please go to their websites to see available work:
Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford www.wisegal.com
Tregony Gallery, Tregony, Cornwall www.tregony.co.uk
Jerram Gallery, Sherborne, Dorset www.jerramgallery.com
New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham www.newashgate.org.uk