With a studio and site specific practice, Sara Lee’s work is a response to the ephemeral nature of landscape and questions our emotional and physical relationship to an evolving exterior space. An evocative connection between what is known and what is imagined or remembered.
Rooted in a landscape tradition, Sara Lee predominantly works with drawing, film and print, including etching and woodblock in the ukiyo-e tradition. She teaches at The Dulwich Picture Gallery and Rabley Drawing Centre. She has written for Tate, and advised & spoken on print processes for various individuals and institutions including The Art Fund, The Royal Academy Schools and National Portrait Gallery.
Born in Wales in 1956, Sara lives and works in London. She graduated in Fine Art Painting from Ravensbourne in 1979 and Postgraduate Printmaking at Central School graduating in 1982.
2013 Contemporary Print, Bainbridge Open, London
2012 Multiplied, Christies, London
2011 Print Now, Bearspace, London
2010 Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, Dublin