Lot 372 - Sara Dare - Velvet Purse I
Ink on Watercolour Paper
A6 (10x15cm) original artwork
Signed on verso
Sara Dare is an abstract painter. She primarily works on a large-scale using paper, linen and canvas, combined with a range of mediums informed by finish and viscosity such as ink, oil, emulsion and acrylic.
Dare’s paintings seek to convey an initial playful interaction with the viewer followed by a sense of unease or tension.
Dare is also concerned with the environment surrounding the works and the conversations between them. She consistently works on several pieces as a series and actively encourages a dialogue and visual interaction that connects and holds them together.
Sara Dare is based in West Sussex and has sold work to collectors internationally
Sara Dare graduated in Fine Art Painting at The University of Brighton in 2008. In 2010 she received a Postgraduate Certificate in
Education of Art and Design and focused on absorbing these methodologies into her approach as a socially engaged artist and
collaborator. She recently studied on the Correspondence Course at alternative art school Turps Education.
London Art Fair, After Nyne Gallery, EDIT online.
'Kite Circus', Group Show, Sidney and Matilda, Sheffield. UK
'Dear Painting', Group show, Nordic Art Agency, Malmo, Sweden.
'2022', Group show, Studio 2, The Ark, Bembridge, Isle of Wight
'Object Meditation', After Nyne Gallery, London. UK
'Putting Ourselves in the Picture', Artist-in-Residence. Fabrica Gallery, Brighton UK
'Black Stuff', Group exhibition, Unit 3 Projects, ASC Studios. London.
Solo Show, Rye Creative Centre. Rye, East Sussex. UK
Solo Show, Sid Motion Gallery, London.
'C’est De La Peinture'. Bankley Studios & Gallery, Manchester. UK
'Not 30%'. Curated by Kate Bryan, The Other Art Fair. Saatchi Art. London.
Featured at ''100% Design. London Design Festival. Olympia. West Kensington. UK
Featured at 'Decorex International'. London Design Festival. Syon Park. UK
'Girls Just Wanna Have Fun'.Group Show, Unit 3 Projects. ASC Studios. London
'Third Order'. Group show, Unit 3 Projects. ASC Studios. London.
After Nyne Contemporary
About the postcard artworks
Applying new sequences of colour across familiar forms, these pieces are an investigation into feelings of nostalgia and vulnerability.