Central Coast, NSW
Sarah Park is a contemporary Australian figurative and still life fine artist who focuses on evocative moments and the corporeal aesthetic.
Sarah Park is an Australian contemporary realist figurative and still life artist, focusing on evocative moments and the corporeal aesthetic. Her paintings are defined by deep contrasts mixed with her soft transitional tones. Accomplished technically with the brush and behind the lens, Sarah’s genre of contemporary realism reveals a mature level of skill in telling a transformative story behind her subjects through the use of carefully composed scenes, soft velvety colour blends and close attention to the shifts in light and shadow play.
Born in 1984, Sarah completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts which was followed by a Masters in Art and a Masters in Fine Art by Research at UNSW COFA. During this time, she won the 2011 Jenny Birt Award for Painting and Drawing, and the UNSW Engineering Photography Prize. Sarah was selected as a finalist for many notable prizes including the Adelaide Perry Prize for Drawing, the Fisher’s Ghost Award, the Broken Hill Art Prize and the Lethbridge Small Scale Art Prize, just to name a few. In 2012, Sarah was selected to feature on the ‘Discovery’ page of ‘Artist Profile’ magazine, Issue 21.
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