Sarah Ollerenshaw contributed to this exhibition by bringing the painting from her series of “At the heart of the Blue Woods”. Depicting nature at its best, using the colour of spring, Ollerenshaw is indicating the significance of meditative times. Her art may take the viewer on the journey towards the early childhood memories, reminding of the physical spaces available for refuge from the reality of everyday life.  

Sarah Ollerenshaw is an artist with a background in fine art restoration. She studied Spanish and History of Art at Birmingham University and then took a postgraduate diploma at Christie’s, which in turn led to an apprenticeship in restoration and conservation. Throughout her studies and restoration work, she has always painted. She has recently finished a two-year stint as artist in residence at a prep school in Fulham. She paints (now full-time) and is a mother to two wonderful children.

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