Celebrating the essence of being human with all its flaws, fears and insecurities.
Portrait and figure painter, Sara Gregory, captures off-guard moments, suggesting narratives through the subtile tilt of a head or a deadpan stare.
Her most recent work is a series of paintings that document the effects that Menopause had on her body and mind during the seven years before taking HRT. These paintings cover subjects such as hot flushes, anxiety, rage, low mood, insomnia and the feeling of being lost.
In 2022, Gregory was a contestant on Portrait Artist of the Year, and in 2023 she was a prize winner with the Women in Art prize, held at the Roundhouse in Camden, before moving to the Mall Galleries for the Women in Art Fair.
After studying Fine Art at Stourbridge College of Art, Gregory had a studio at Nicholas Treadwell’s Art Mill in Bradford and and became an art teacher. After 25 years of teaching she deciding to continue her journey as an artist.