Sarah Taylor Silverwood (b. 1986 Forest of Dean) is an artist and illustrator based in Birmingham. Working in a range of media across animation, ceramics, print and public artwork often working in collaboration with other people. Sarah Taylor Silverwood is an artist exploring drawing and language and their shared histories. She has a studio at Grand Union and is part of Modern Clay Co-op and Feminists Work for Change, and is influenced by the work of studio based collaborative practices like The Leeds Animation Workshop, Sister Corita Kent and The Milan Women’s Bookstore. Recent solo projects include Love Bugs at Chapter, Cardiff (2020-2021), Daphne at Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth (2020) and The New Art Gallery Walsall (2019), and Crowd Show (2018) at NN Contemporary. Sarah was artist in residence at The British Consulate in Chicago (2014) and The University of Birmingham (2013), and recipient of the 2019 Feeney Fellowship.
2023 – 2024