Sarah largely works in acrylic on styrene, which is a form of paper-like industrial plastic sheeting, to make collages revealing an interest in regularity, equilibrium and the formalities of hard-edged abstraction. She's also very interested in how mechanisms, both industrial and digital, can act a bit like collaborators for the artist's hand. In this case, the mechanism is her drawing machine, a motorized spinning table that allows her to make these circular drawings. It's as if there is a little space between the act of making art and the result of it, which makes the drawings less emotional and more circumspect. In the last few years, Sarah has had several group shows and five solo shows, both national and international. Her work can be found in corporate and private collections across Canada, Britain, the United States, and Australia, and has recently been featured in Juxtapoz Magazine as well as Montreal’s Papier 2014 and 2015. She is currently represented by Mayberry Fine Art in Toronto and Winnipeg, Ian Tan Gallery in Vancouver, and Duplex Gallery in Portland, OR. Sarah lives and works in Vancouver, BC.