About Sarah

Sarah standing in front of her work at the Preview to the 'A Bigger Picture' Exhibition by Vernon Mill Artists at Stockport Art Gallery (see News section)

Sarah Morley was born in Herefordshire in 1961. She painted and drew from an early age inspired by the beautiful Welsh Marches landscape. Sarah’s first career took her away from her art. But she was constantly fighting the urge to paint which refused to leave her. In 2011 she returned to painting full time and painting is now her vocation.

Sarah loves colour and texture. Her paintings are vibrant and full of light. She paints in an impressionistic and expressive style. She uses a palette knife to create texture and apply colour directly to the painting. Occasionally her work contains some mixed media or collage. She remains inspired largely by nature.  Some paintings are figurative whereas others are almost or completely abstract.  Where a painting is abstract the inspiration is usually a previous figurative painting of the same subject. 

Sarah is based in her studio at Vernon Mill, Stockport, where she is part of an artists’ collective of around 50 artists.  The collective was known as Vernon Mill Artists but has recently been renamed Think Studios.

Sarah’s studio  address is:

 Third Floor, Vernon Mill Studios, Mersey Street, Stockport, Cheshire. SK1 2HX, telephone 07946432818.

She can be contacted by email at sarah@sarahmorleyfineart.com

If you wish to buy a painting please contact Sarah to discuss your requirements.

All paintings on this website are easily affordable and are for sale on-line or following a viewing, unless indicated as 'sold. The price indicated  does not include courier service to your home which is charged as an extra if you cannot collect. You are welcome to visit Sarah in her studio at Vernon Mill. Whilst Sarah is in Vernon Mill most days, please ring before coming to ensure she is there to meet you.

In her studio. Near my easel, working on a painting of rocks near Treaddur Bay, Anglesey. She painted some plein air studies, then did a drawing and quick painting on paper, to simplify a bit more. Finally doing the painting.
Palette and preparatory drawing
Painting the rocks, large palette knife needed!

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07.04 | 22:51

Can't tell you how much a adore my 'Early Evening, Ainsdale Sands' painting Sarah; it has pride of place in our lounge and completely draws me in. Love it!

15.02 | 23:01

Love the landscape scenes. Wish I had patience to try painting.

25.01 | 22:03

Hi Gavin, so glad you like it. See http://inspiringartwalkswithsarahmorley.blogspot.co.uk/ leave yr details by mail for new open studios/shows direct from me.

25.01 | 20:52

Good Evening Sarah we love this painting,Above Hayfield, we bought it its on the wall near me.

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