Sarah studied at St. Martins School of Art, aged 16, possibly one of the youngest ever students,and went on to specialize in Theatre Design at the Central School of Art. She left the art world behind after a few years in order to change direction and studied piano, double bass and cello at the Royal College of Music.

A career as a double bass player took her around the world, and eventually to live in Scotland. Life as a musician includes playing the harp, taken up later, which takes her to Japan regularly as well as playing for weddings and events around Scotland.

Sarah is now combining a passion for painting with music. As sound is used to compose music, so she aims to compose with paint to capture the energy and movement of musicians, the sea and everyday life.

An elected member of the Glasgow Society of Women Artists,  Sarah has shown her work in galleries around Central Scotland. These include the following;

The Smith Museum, Stirling

The Fotheringham Gallery, Bridge of Allan

The Panik Gallery, Killearn

Forth Valley Open Studio

RSNO Centre Glasgow