Sally Jubb graduated in Drama and English at Goldsmiths College, London. She then studied Set Design for Theatre at Croydon College, going on to work as a freelance scenic artist. She sold her first painting through The Guardian supplement ‘Art For Sale’ in 1992, exhibiting and selling her work at Battersea Art Fair and at The Clapham Gallery, South London, thereafter.
A sense of the theatrical often present in her work is more concerned with the drama of the elements on the North Yorkshire landscape, where she now lives and works. In recent years she has exhibited at Crescent Arts, Scarborough; the East Coast Open; The Ferens Open, Hull; Whitby Art Gallery and The Saltbox Gallery in Helmsley and Woodend Gallery. She has also taken part in North Yorkshire Open Studios.
She works in various media often using landscape as a catalyst from which to explore shapes and colours, rather than looking to depict a specific place. Her collages and still lives explore the relationship between objects: the tensions and the spaces in-between. The sea is her greatest inspiration and is never far from her work. Her studio is in Woodend , the former home of the Sitwell family.
Unit 404, Woodend, The Crescent, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, YO11 2PW.
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