Sara Ulfsparre, a mainly self-taught artist, has developed her practice in a variety of mediums and materials, which include drawing, painting, collage and needle felted soft sculpture. Inspired by pre-historic cave art, symbolism and Jungian psychology, and with a strong visual language, Sara creates mysterious and playful art works.
“In early 2020, the ladder shape started appearing in my work, first in gouache paintings, and then as three-dimensional felt drawings. This led me to an exploration of line and material, making both works to be mounted on the wall and free-standing wool sculptures. When I found Small House Gallery on Instagram, I jumped at the opportunity to scale down my three dimensional felt drawings for a show in the Cottage, and thereby see what they would look like on a larger scale, and in an unusual space. The wool works, grouped together with mono prints and stitched drawings, invite the viewer into an ambiguous narrative and enigmatic space.”
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