Sarah Jarman is an artist working in London. She received her BA in Anthropology in 2011, from the School of Oriental and African studies. During her BA she started to take printmaking classes at the Working Mans College in Mornington Crescent, this spurred a continuing passion for printmaking. In 2012 she enrolled on the MA printmaking course at Camberwell. Her practice is inspired by her studies in Anthropology. Using sound recordings, drawing and layering to explore the transience and impermanence of urban sites. She transfers her drawings to steel plates; making multi plate coloured prints. She graduated from Camberwell in 2014. Winning the Alumni and print room Awards for her work at the final show. Alongside her practice for the last three years Sarah has worked with the Jimmy Mizen Foundation; planning and delivering projects in schools across London.
Group Show at Kensington and Chelsea, London, printmaking 2011
Group show at Brixton East, London, interim printmaking, 2013
Group show at Brixton East, London, Pomegranate, 2014
Group show at the Bank side gallery, London, 2014
Group show, Alumni of camberwell, Tokyo, 2014