Sarah Wilson

REVIEW – Jigsaw Woodcuts by Sarah Wilson at Axolotl Gallery


The work of versatile and original figurative artist Sarah Wilson impressed at Axolotl Gallery‘s Spring Exhibition. Jigsaw Woodcuts is a new collection from Wilson, and – like Transferable Memories, her previously exhibited work – features juxtaposition, personal references and a sense of playfulness – even those which lift motifs from Picasso’s Guernica. Wilson’s woodcuts are […]

PREVIEW – New works from Sarah Wilson at Axolotl Gallery

Sarah Wilson’s intriguing installations at Axolotl were a highlight of the gallery’s recent Spring Exhibition. From Saturday 12th June, she returns with a series of new works: figurative prints taken from woodcuts. Promising to be immediate and arresting in their impact, Wilson’s prints have a naive style whilst evoking parallels and influences from the likes […]

REVIEW – Spring Exhibition at Axolotl Gallery


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At first, any link between the works on display at Axolotl’s Spring Exhibition is hard to discern. After closer inspection however, themes begin to emerge. Emotional detatchment, symbolic juxtaposition and feminine power link the work of the four main artists featured at this, Axolotl’s excellently-curated second show. None of the subjects at the Spring Exhibition […]