Sarah’s bird’s eye view with the butterflies is a joyful celebration of nature. Influenced by her love of the British countryside.
Sarah uses the old photographic process of Cyanotype invented by Sir John Herschel in 1841 to capture our delight and wonder in the intricacies of nature creating a unique range of blue and white homeware and gifts. A light sensitive solution is applied to various papers, hedgerow finds or/and negatives layered on then exposed to sunlight, the solution is then rinsed off and the paper dried, fixing the image in glorious blue tones.
The freedom of the great outdoors are all encapsulated in her work whether it be in delicately textured candle holders enhanced as light flickers through the Cyanotype or enchanting images of faraway forests, butterfly meadows and seascapes imbued with magic and charm.