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New Artist For Solo Show At Sarah Wiseman Gallery

Sarah Wiseman Gallery is delighted to welcome back Sarah Spackman for her solo exhibition Objective Beauty this Autumn. Sarah Spackman explains: ‘Using colour to define the structure, I am looking for both clarity and richness. As Cezanne said, “Art is a harmony parallel to nature."

Sarah Spackman is one of Sarah Wiseman Gallery’s most sought-after artists. In this highly anticipated exhibition, she will continue to explore shape and tone in a collection of smaller-scale still life painting.

Best known for her still life, Sarah Spackman continues to work in a quiet, considered way, inspired by small, cleanly shaped objects, such as eggs, jugs, or simple gatherings of flowers. Sarah Spackman's strength of drawing and the delicate and subtle use of colour are two of the main qualities recognised in her work. She applies the guiding principle that good drawing is the basis of good painting, and that colour should be used to enhance the organisation and definition of observed space and form.

Sarah Spackman has been awarded this year’s Frinton’s Frames Prize at the Bicentennial exhibition at the RBA (Royal Society of British Artists) Sarah has also been Elected as an associate member of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. In 2020 she was elected as a member of the Small Paintings Group and is an elected as a member of Royal Society of British Artists. In 2019, she was the recipient of the Gordon Hulson Memorial Award at the RBA Exhibition.

‘Objective Beauty’ by Sarah Spackman will open Thursday 7th September at Sarah Wiseman Gallery.

Sarah Wiseman Gallery is preparing a fully illustrated e-catalogue with all available works and additional texts about the artist. Please email them directly to request a link to the ecatalogue on


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