Sarah Jane Brown graduated in 1993 and has been creating sculptures ever since. She prefers to work in silence and reflects on new ideas with the odd sketch and key word. Sarah's inspiration comes from observing everyday life, the small details in the landscape both urban and rural.
Combining wood, metal and newspaper to create miniature scenes with a simple pared down narrative. New sculptures are continually being added to the collection. Sarah’s recent collection involves hot air balloons and galleons. The hot air balloon prototype has been hanging in her studio for a few years and finally the design was refined. The galleons were rather more spontaneous and inspired by a night at the theatre.
Each sculpture is uniquely individual with each piece being lovingly handmade with care and attention to detail from the start to finish.
By The Harbour
A large sculpture of life by the harbour. Made from everyday materials such as metal, wood and paper by Sarah Jane Brown.
Docked Boat In Wood & Metal
Made from everyday materials such as wood, metal and paper, Sarah Jane Brown constructs wonderfully whimsical sculptures that hold narratives all of their own.
Double Fronted House With Trees
A small, whimsical sculpture made by Sarah Jane Brown from paper, wood and metal. Featuring a small house amongst the trees this piece is sure to be a charming and imaginative gift.
Garden Bird House
A charming sculpture by Sarah Jane Brown of a bird house in the garden. Made from found materials such as metal and wood, these pieces have a wonderful whimsical quality.
Hot Air Balloon With Weather Vane
This wonderful Hot Air Balloon is one of Sarah Jane Brown's new collection, she gathers materials from everyday life, wood, metal and newspaper to make magical pieces that inspire the imagination
Paper Cherry Tree
Wonderfully whimsical sculpture of a tiny tin house under a giant cherry tree, the exaggerated scale evokes a sense of wonderland.
Desert Island's, pirate's, where does this piece take you? Sarah Jane Brown's tin galleon is part of her new collection, inspired by a trip to the theatre where a sea captain used his hat as a boat and voila!