Sara Lee predominantly works with drawing and print. Her practice involves working from site-specific landscapes, followed by extended studio-based work. Her images are a response to the ephemeral nature of the land and our profound relationship with it, especially at this time of ominous environmental change.
Sara exhibits widely and her work is held in public and private collections internationally, including Pallant House Gallery, Tama Collection, Japan, and the Victoria & Albert Museum. She has won and been shortlisted for several prizes for both her printmaking and her watercolour work. She has written for the Tate and has advised and spoken on print processes for various individuals and institutions including The Art Fund, The Royal Academy Schools and the National Portrait Gallery.
Born in Wales, Sara lives and works in London. She studied at Ravensbourne and Central Schools of Art.