Sarah Mander – Artist Printmaker
Sarah Mander is an artist printmaker based in Hampshire, England. She takes her inspiration from man-made objects and industrial and technological heritage.
Her work can be abstract dealing with concepts of technology. It can also focus in on objects, particularly tools of the trade, parts of aircraft or spacecraft or early computers that were at the cutting edge of technology or on the cusp of change. These objects tell a story and she wants to celebrate these objects and concepts.
Sarah is excited by colour and plays with combinations of colours. She uses Etching, Drypoint and Collagraph techniques. These methods involve the erosion of metal and degradation of cardboard substrates, echoing the effects of time and use on her chosen subject matter.
Sarah holds a Master’s Degree in Fine Art Printmaking from Wimbledon School of Art she co-founded Red Hot Press Print Workshop in Southampton England in 2004. She continues to run the workshop and teach Printmaking. She is also a visiting tutor at West Dean College in West Sussex.
Sarah exhibits widely in the UK and abroad. She has work in private and public collections in the United Kingdom, Denmark, China, Latvia and Australia.
May – June 2021 Red Hot Press Printmakers 2021 Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
2020 Online exhibition of Printfest 2021 Artists
2019 National Original Print Exhibition at Bankside Gallery, London.
2019 LOOP Artists in Print 2019 Chapel Arts Gallery, Cheltenham.
2019 Red Hot Press Printmakers – Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey, Hampshire.
2018 LOOP Artists in Print 2018 Bankside Gallery, London.
2018 Printfest 2018 Ulverston, Cumbria.
2017 Making a Mark Rums Eg Gallery, Romsey, Hampshire.
2017 Red Hot Press Printmakers Sir Harold Hillier Gardens, Romsey, Hampshire.
2017 Printfest 2017 Ulverston, Cumbria.
2016 The Masters – Intaglio Bankside Gallery London work selected by Norman Ackroyd
2015 Printmakers’ Exhibition Oxmarket Centre of Arts Chichester, West Sussex.
2015 West Dean college tutors exhibition West Dean College, West Sussex.