Sarah Rupesinghe

Sarah Rupesinghe

 

Sarah Rupesinghe art is demonstrated through an expressive contemporary realistic and abstract painting style. She loves exploring different textures, effects, and ways of applying paint on canvas or board and feels most creative out and about. While walking she will capture on camera both the big scenes and closeup images, at different angles, of totally different scenes and situations. While painting she contemplates life situations and forms pictures in her mind to music, working primarily in acrylic, pastel mix, and oils – and occasionally using soft pastels for certain animal portraits. She is constantly being drawn to interpret atmospheres, creating movement with brush strokes, depicting emotions and momentary expressions, inspired by the beauty and force of nature. Often using animals to illustrate symbolism that represents different facets of love, hope, peace, compassion, determination, and power etc. Interpreting through painting provides Sarah with a release of healing and the expression of freedom, life, joy, or beauty in a spiritual expression of who we are. She seeks to take an audience into a journey, lifting contemplation to a different realm. Sarah looks to translate us into dimensions away from the pressures of life, in which we, at times, find ourselves in troubles, heartache and disappointing life episodes, which often catches us unaware

Sarah’s work will be at Sally Evans Artist & Makers Fair

In the Town Hall from Friday 14th – Saturday 15th October