Art Exhibition at Quarr Abbey including work by Brother Duncan and Sarah Talbot
Sarah wants to make this exhibition about our need to support the environment by having a ‘sale’. There will be 50% off the ticket price of all paintings and 25% off the price of prints. All the proceeds will go to the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Wildlife Trust who are working hard on the Island.
Born and educated in Suffolk, Sarah studied at the Ipswich School of Art, and then completed a three-year painting degree at the Kingston School of Art. Sarah has lived on the Isle of Wight with her husband since 1981 and has 3 grown up sons.
A versatile painter, she gets her inspiration from the world around her, and inevitably, from the passions and pursuits she shares with her family. In 2004 she had a portrait accepted for the Royal Academy of Arts Summer Exhibition. Sarah enjoys working with people most of all, and has a fascination for portrait painting. Whilst she loves the outdoors and capturing the ever changing natural world, she will always come back to the close observation of character. She has now painted many of the Island’s most well known residents, and will gladly accept commissions.
Sarah Talbot – 01983 882655
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