Lot 344 - Sara Lavelle - Self-Portrait (Series) (1)
Lot 344 - Sara Lavelle - Self-Portrait (Series) (1)
Lot 344 - Sara Lavelle - Self-Portrait (Series) (1)

Lot 344 - Sara Lavelle - Self-Portrait (Series) (1)

Pen on Paper

2018

A6 (15x10cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About 

 

I am an artist based in London. Drawing upon a fascination with human psychology, philosophy and spirituality, my work has a predominant focus on figuration. I move freely between commissioned pieces and self initiated projects. 

 

Education 

 

2015 – 2018  BA, University of Brighton (1st Class) 

2017  Artist Exchange, Minneapolis College of Art and Design 

2014 – 2015  Foundation Diploma, Falmouth University (Distinction) 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

 

2020 

(Postponed) Solo show, Rathbone Place, London. 

(Postponed) Seemingly Unfinished, Kulturfolger, Swizerland. 

(Postponed) Autumn Exhibition, Morgan’s Gallery, Falmouth. 

(Postponed) Graduating in Paint, London Atelier of Representational Art, London. 

2019 

The anonymous heART project, Heart Research UK, Leeds 

A Year On; Winner of Rising Talent Exhibition 2018, Hastings Art Forum, Hastings 

Charity Auction, IMARA, Nottingham 

Residency Showcase, Cyprus College of Art, Cyrpus 

(Preselected) The BP Portrait Award, The National Portrait Gallery, London. 

Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London. 

The Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year 2019 Exhibition, Clarendon Fine Art Gallery, London. 

(Touring Exhibition 5th May – 23rd June  – Whitewall Nottingham, Whitewall Newbury, Whitewall Stratford, Whitewall Chester, Whitewall Lichfield) 

 

Awards: 

 

2019 (Finalist) Sky Arts Portrait Artist of the Year Award 

2018 (Shortlisted – Final five artists) ACS Studio Prize 

2018 (Winner) Public vote, Hastings Art Forum Rising Talent 

 

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