Sarah Gillham’s art practice is a jumble of personal narrative, myths and archetypes; positioning the desirable, the morbid, the maternal and the sexualized, with the familiar everyday. Tensions between desire, loss, humour and the body are played out through the marriage of materials such as ceramics, textiles, found images and objects. Since graduating from her MA in Painting at the Royal College of Art she has exhibited in Artwork/Housework (co-curated), Art licks Weekend, London, Something Borrowed, Arthouse1, London, In Infancy, Blyth Gallery, London, Sixty (touring), Art-Athena, Greece & Lubomirov/Angus-Hughes Gallery, London, Sex Shop (touring) (co- curated), Transition Gallery, London & Folkestone Triennial Fringe 2014, WW Solo Award|Group, WW Gallery London, Condensation (co- curated), Danielle Arnaud Gallery London, Homespun Mythologies (solo), Blyth Gallery. Gillham has completed commissions for The Great Eastern Hotel, London & Marlow Theatre, Canterbury and has been awarded Painter – Stainers Fine Art award. She has taught and run workshops for the Blyth Gallery, UCA Farnham, UAL Wimbledon and Croydon School of Art.