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Sara Anstis, Slicing oranges for the inflated goddess on the hill (or Madame's Orange), 2019. Image: Courtesy of the artist

Sara Anstis

Sara Anstis' images, installations and collaborative projects take shape through an intuitive exploration of memories and desires.

Her recent soft pastel drawings engage with female sexuality, and her unruly ‘primarily female’ figures can be found engaging in scenes of revelry and living tender moments within landscapes built from the imagination.

The Jerwood Bursary will support a period of experimentation in ceramics and paint. It will provide a chance to challenge and expand the world she is building through image making with research into materials that are new to her artistic practice.

http://saraanstis.com