About Sarah Hoskins

Biography Dartmoor based artist Sarah Hoskins, was born in Kent and grew up in the South West of England. In 1996 she graduated from Wimbledon School of Art, then completed a Post Graduate diploma at the Cyprus College of Art in 2002. Since then she has exhibited widely throughout the UK, and internationally. In 2010 she returned to Cyprus initially as a resident artist at the Cyprus College of Art, and was made their Head of Foundation until December 2012. Artist Statement In Sarah Hoskins' abstract work there is an often complex interplay between colours, curves, angles, scale, orientation, and spatial push and pull. "My process involves risk and unpredictability. It’s like a game with limited moves where each component asserts an identity. A crucial point comes when the picture seems impossibly disparate and chaotic, from then on my task is to solve it like a puzzle. The satisfaction is bringing it all together; finding relationships that create a whole."

Green Hill Open Exhibition 2019

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I am honoured to have been chosen as one of the judges for this year’s Green Hill Arts Open Exhibition.

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Based in Moretonhampstead and one of Devon’s most prominent Art Galleries, Green Hill  is attracting the attention of some of the most respected South West Artists. Names such as Peter Randall-Page, Susan Derges, and Peter Stiles have become synonymous with Green Hill over the last five years  having exhibited in the Gallery’s large attractive contemporary space, and supported Green Hill’s developing programme.

 

Acrylic and gouache on paper, A5. March 2019.

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Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 50 cm. February 2019.

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The Protocols of the New Art College.

Stephen Park

When I get round to writing my book The Protocols Of The New Art College, the first rule will be that you don’t talk to people who are working. You wouldn’t talk to someone while they were writing, dancing or composing music, why would anyone talk to anyone who is painting or drawing? Talk is sabotage. Any artists in any discipline who thinks they can do something else while they are doing whatever they think they are doing, is on a hiding to nothing.  In communal spaces where people work it is important that an atmosphere of relaxed concentration is achieved.  Responsibility for maintaining this must be shared rather than falling solely upon teachers. It can feel slightly oppressive if teachers are reminding people to be quiet.

The second rule will be that if you are the person who has made some artworks*, you are excluded from the role of…

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Acrylic on canvas, 60 x 50 cm. January 2019.

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5 pencil drawings. A4 Sketchbook. Christmas 2018.

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