Trip the Light Fantastic
06 January 2010
Artist Sarah Blood will be exhibiting her works at the Sidney Cooper Gallery in Canterbury from Saturday 9 January 2010.
One of Sarah Bloods creations on display.
Sarah’s exhibition ‘Trip the Light Fantastic’ will show her latest creations, including ‘CariBoo’ and ‘Duck!’, light-hearted takes on traditional hunting trophies.
Sarah’s work is a response to personal experiences such as memory, mortality and the human condition. The main focus for her work is light, which is explored through glass, neon gases and a variety of art materials, to create minimalist abstract works.
Sarah said: “Artists rarely make works for themselves. However, born from a desire to have some cool neon in my home, this work was developed because I wanted it.”
Sarah Blood ‘Trip the Light Fantastic’ will be on display in Gallery 1 until Saturday 23 January.
Sidney Cooper Gallery, St Peter’s Street, Canterbury, is open Tuesday to Friday, 11am-5.30pm and Saturday 12pm-5.30pm.
Notes to Editor
Sarah Blood exhibits widely throughout the world including UK, Europe, Hong Kong, the Arab Emirates and USA. She is currently based in Newcastle upon Tyne, England.
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