Sarah Dwyer “Clatter…..Thud”

Jane Lombard Gallery

poster for Sarah Dwyer “Clatter…..Thud”
[Image: Sarah Dwyer "Verdant Tangle" (2021) oil on linen, 98.4 x 78.7 in.]

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Inspired by poetry and folklore, Sarah Dwyer’s practice makes space for exploring image and form through the iterative nature of storytelling. Drawing is at the heart of her process, often combined with painting, printmaking and sculpture, resulting in reimaginations of the familiar through exuberant color palettes and lively approaches to mark-making. Incorporating both figurative and abstract imagery, her dynamic compositions are the result of processing her own surroundings and the human day-to-day experience, in addition to an indulgence in our desire for play. Scale and speed are as foundational as material and application in her work; an intimate relationship between decisive and intuitive action. Surfaces, in turn, retain traces of process and development within their own archive, and present the viewer with a navigable visual history.

Sarah Dwyer (b. 1974, Ireland) earned a Master’s in Painting from the Royal College of Art, London, in 2004 after an MFA from Staffordshire University in 2001. Dwyer lives and works in London. Her work has been exhibited at Art and Design Gallery, Hatfield, UK; Bloomberg Space, London, UK; Boston Manor House, Brentford, UK; Dallas Art Fair, Dallas, TX; EC Artspace, London, UK; Gallery North, Newcastle, UK; Godoy, Madrid, ES; Hair and Nails, Minneapolis, MN; Highbury Studios, London, UK; Hollow Contemporary, London, UK; Kevin Kavanagh Gallery, Dublin, IE; Kyubidou Gallery, Tokyo, JP; Jane Lombard Gallery, Chelsea, NY; JGM Gallery, London, UK; McWilliam Gallery, Armagh, NIR; Miami Armory Art Fair, NY, NY; No More Grey Gallery, London, UK; The Perfume Factory, London, UK; Royal Art College, London, UK; Saatchi Gallery, London, UK; Sartorial Contemporary, London, UK; Soho House, NY, NY; Transition Gallery, London, UK; Truman Brewery, London, UK; Unit 1 Gallery, London, UK; The Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK and Wooster Projects Gallery, NY, NY.



from September 09, 2022 to October 15, 2022


Sarah Dwyer

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