Sarah Jane Brown has been working sculpturally with various metals since 1994, and selling internationally and throughout the UK at shops and galleries. She was awarded a Princes Trust setting up grant in 1995 after graduating from Staffordshire University with a BA (hons) in design/surface pattern.
Her driftwood sculptures combine materials such as recycled metals and newspaper alongside driftwood to create individual scenes. Each piece of driftwood is selected for its particular shape and feel and the unpredictability of the material means each piece is unique. Boats have tiny masts, trees have tiny cherries hanging from them and houses mount hills - all made from tin and pins. The essence of Sarah's work is to create a sculpture that is uniquely individual with each piece being lovingly handmade with care and attention to detail from the start to finish.