Five Minutes with Sarah Hardy
Sarah reflects on the way her experience in Africa has altered her artistic style.
Lover of travel and wildlife, visual artists Sarah Hardy is currently exploring photography, although she is a painter by nature.
Firstly, how has the last six months treated your art career?
What is your inspiration when creating your artwork?
Nature and the concept of sentience inspire me. From not only a visual perspective, but an emotional and philosophical stand point also. There are things going on all around us to which we all react differently, but we can all learn a lesson from observing another’s way of being and being mindful of our own.
How would you advise artists starting their careers?
If you have the passion, just get on and do it. You don’t have to a gregarious character , standing on a rooftop shouting to get yourself out there, or to make yourself heard. Just keep creating, keep connecting, and believe in yourself
‘Keep creating, keep connecting, and believe in yourself’
What do you find most rewarding about being an artist?