Sandra Boreham is a sculptor and installation artist based near Falmouth. In 1994 she graduated from Falmouth School of Art with a BA in Fine Art Sculpture. Her work, influenced by extensive travels in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic and a fascination for alchemy, is underpinned by an exploration of spiritual growth which has found expression in the study of the Tai Chi Dance. She has said that her work 'reflects the vibrancy of life and the natural order of decay and death'. Her pieces combine natural and manmade materials such as wood and bronze.
Boreham's work has been exhibited widely not only in Cornwall, but in London and abroad. From 2007 to 2010 she was a visiting lecturer at Cornwall College and was Artist in Residence there in 2011. in 2014 she represented Cornwall at the Festival Interceltic de Lorient in France.
Sculptor and installation artist; printmaker; painter
works and access
2009: A Cornish Perspective, Royal West Academy, Bristol (NSA)
2011: The Exchange, Penzance 'Print!' - Contemporary and historic prints/printmakers
2013: Drawing the Line, Bucca, Newlyn
2014: FLUX, NSA Heseltine Gallery, Truro
2015: 'The Temple', an installation in collaboration with John O'Carroll at Circle Contemporary, Wadebridge
2015: 'Anthropocene', Circle Contemporary, Wadebridge (20 Sept - 28 Nov)
2017: Imagine Falmouth, Falmouth Art Gallery (11 Nov-20 Jan)
NSA (since 1994)
Correspondence from artist (2013)