Sarah studied art first at Middlesex University with a Foundation Course, followed by a BA (Hons) Degree Course at Loughborough University. A bursary awarded to her for her university thesis took her to Thailand, and on return she was a visiting lecturer at Loughborough, in Barntag Adult Arts Society and at the Grimsby School of Art.
Her first show of work in Cornwall came in 2001 when she exhibited at Badcocks Gallery, Newlyn and at the Mariners Gallery in St Ives. From that time her work has been in many group exhibitions and shows, as well as solo exhibitions at the Hypatia Trust, Penzance; the Lander Gallery, Truro and The Bay, Penzance. Her paintings and screens, vibrant, uncluttered and hovering finely between the figurative and the abstract, take inspiration and influences, she believes, from iconic artists, Sonia Delaunay and Georges Braque.
Sarah Goldbart and her partner, the artist-photographer, Norman GARSTIN live and work in studios in central Penzance.
works and access
Galleries holding her work are: The Square Gallery, St Mawes; Michael Wood Fine Art, The Gallery, Plymouth, Devon and New British Artists, Bedfordshire.
WCAA Founding Art Auction (2004), Queen's Hotel (Donor)
2007: Optimum Light, A celebration of works old and new: Sarah Goldbart, Michael Wood Fine Art, Plymouth
Exh Cat (2007) Optimum Light, Michael Wood Intro