Sarah Fosse was born in Liverpool and grew up in Jersey, in the Channel Islands. Having created art since she could first pick up a pencil, she believes her artistic skills to have been inherited from her mother - also a professional artist. Sarah has travelled extensively but settled in London in 2005, and since then the capital has been the focus of her work.

Sarah Fosse is fast gaining a reputation as a highly exciting and distinctive painter. She captures globally iconic vistas in an instantly recognisable style. Using a bold palette, she deconstructs and distorts the urban landscape to create a series of unique and vivid paintings, often using the reflections of buildings in water as a starting point. She is passionate about colour, its energy, strength and potential, painting on canvas and previously with enamel on aluminium. Her influences are expressionism and fauvism, in particular the works of Derain and Matisse.


Sarah Fosse has had two sell-out solo exhibitions the first in 2018 and second in 2021.  She has exhibited all over the city including The Royal College of Art, the Truman Brewery, Lauderdale House, Battersea Power Station and the Oxo Gallery in 2016 and 2017. Further afield Sarah’s work has been shown in Europe, predominantly in France. 


Her paintings have been featured by the likes of The Wall Street Journal, Vogue and the BBC and thanks to an ever-increasing following she is able to boast private and corporate collectors across Europe, North America, Africa, Asia and Australia. One of Sarah’s most recent corporate commissions saw her create a striking seven-foot landscape for an American Law Firm. 


Sarah Fosse’s work continues to gain popularity year on year thanks to the positive impact it has on the lives and walls of collectors.