Clay, collage and drawing


To celebrate the launch of the Rye Society of Artists’ (RSA) new website, Rye News continues to profile one of their artists each week – including links to their website and social media accounts so you can keep up-to-date on their activities.

You can view some of the RSA member’s work at their Spring Exhibition, entitled ‘There will be Growth in Spring’, at Rye Art Gallery, on until May 14 2021. In addition, the RSA will be hosting their 70th Anniversary Summer Show later in 2021.

This week, the artist in focus is Sarah Palmer.

Sarah’s work is constantly evolving and is informed by travelling, memories, objects and emotions. She tends to create work in themes or series.

A displaced Londoner by way of America and Greece she has lived and maintained a studio in Hastings since 1988.

Sarah trained at Goldsmiths College, London, Buffalo State University, New York and Wolverhampton University, Staffordshire.

As a maker and artist she explores the transient qualities of memory and vivid and fleeting observations.

She uses clay, collage and drawing.

You can see more of Sarah’s work on her website, her Instagram @fairlightstablestudios and the RSA website

Image Credits: Sarah Palmer .

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