Sarah Horne is a British base freelance illustrator specializing in Children illustration, greeting card design and advertising.
Sarah was born in Stockport Cheshire in 1979 she grew up in Buxton, Derbyshire which had a big influence on her. She now lives in South East London working from Happiness at work studios in Wapping. Sarah’s Creative brother artistic grandmother and supportive parents were big childhood influences that lead her in to the world of art and design. Sarah studied at Falmouth College of Arts and Kingston University.
When asked about what drives her she said: A major driving force for me, is that I love the power of an image. The way it can communicate beyond the written word, bypassing our heads. The way images can stand alone, or simply enhance or add a new and fresh angle to text. Images for me, are incredibly exciting and I think, on a larger scale, very important to culture/society. On the other hand, a good cup of coffee will also keep me going… oh and maybe a borbon biscuit.
Sarah Illustration style combines dip pen and Indian ink with found texture and colour that is added digitally. Sarah has done work for Kew Gardens on there autum campaign called ‘Plant tastic play’ , Picture book Rhino ? what rhino pub and her book Hodder was recently read on Cbeebies lunchtime stories. She has also exhibited in Print House gallery in Dalston. Sarah is also a member of the Association of illustrators.
If you would like to see more of Sarah’s work please visit her online portfolio here.
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