Sarah Galloway is one of the UK's leading architectural glass artists', creating dynamic and exciting large-scale contemporary artworks for public and private spaces. With over thirty years experience her work is highly collaborative and contextual. Sarah places the needs of her clients at the forefront of her creativity, recognising that empathy and communication are essential in order to realise the ambitions and aspirations for the artworks that she creates.
Born in Devon in 1963 Sarah spent her early years travelling extensively and living in many parts of the United Kingdom in addition to time spent in Malta. After settling in Cornwall with her family Sarah studied at Falmouth College of Art, with early influences including the St Ives Painters and artists including Patrick Heron and John Piper. Interested in surface pattern and design Sarah went on to study at the Birmingham Institute of Art and Design, where she was awarded a First Class honours degree and a Distinction at Masters level. It was during her MA that Sarah developed her love of glass. Having undertaken numerous successful commissions, as a highly experienced glass artist Sarah has expertise in all manner of design and fabrication, whilst the innovative use of light is an important and unique aspect of her work.
Sarah lives near Lancaster with her husband and three children and is available to undertake commissions worldwide.
The Bishop of Southwark, The Rt Revd Chistopher Chessun, dedicated Sarah's Chancel screen at the reordered St Thomas' Church, Telford Park, at a special service on 27th September 2015.