Sarah Harding studied at The Slade School of Fine Art under Laurence Gowing. She works mainly in the Renaissance technique of egg tempera which involves mixing pigment and egg yolk together to form the paint which is then meticulously built up over a long period of time with tiny brush strokes.
Her work is in collections in the USA and Europe and recently is mostly sold through a gallery in Manhattan.
Her subject matter is inspired by the landscape of the South Shropshire Hills where she lives.
She is a member of The Arborealists and The Tempera Society.
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