Sarah Dwyer is an Irish artist, raised in Ireland and the UK and working in London. Her practice makes space for exploring image and form through the iterative nature of storytelling. Punchy exuberant re-imaginations of her familial surroundings and bodily forms are excavated with a somewhat mischievous and subversive approach to painting, drawing, printmaking and experimental sculptures. Dwyer studied painting and printmaking in Paris after completing a degree in Environmental Economics at York University. She has a Masters in Fine Art from Staffordshire University and a Master’s in Painting from the Royal College of Art, London. Sarah has exhibited internationally in the USA, Europe and Japan, also curating several exhibitions in the UK. She has works in private and public collections in both Europe, the USA and Japan. Recent solo exhibitions include those at Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London (2020); Jane Lombard Gallery, New York (2019 and 2015); and Josh Lilley Gallery, London (2014, 2012 and 2009). Selected group exhibitions include The Human Scale, Rochester Art Centre, Minneapolis (2021); A Generous Space, Hastings Contemporary, Hastings, UK (2021); Reigen, Fabian Lang, Zurich (2021); Penumbra, F.E McWilliam Museum, Northern Ireland (2020); Stains on a Decade, Josh Lilley Gallery, London (2019); The John Moores Painting Prize, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool (2016); New Order: British Art Today, Saatchi Gallery, London (2014). She is represented by Josh Lilley Gallery, London.