Sarah Boyle


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The Catch, acrylic on canvas board, 16" x 20"

Deadly Dancer, acrylic on canvas board, 16" x 20"

Herring gull in harbour

Morning Light


I mainly work in acrylics and I like to build up my images using glazes. I like to use poetry and literature as inspiration for my work, such as Kavanagh, Shakespeare, Rumi, Calvino and Rilke.
Recently I have had the opportunity to work with Donal Power, Irish Wildlife Photographer of the Year, on a series of Wildlife paintings, which are ongoing and which have greatly increased my interest in the subject.
Living in rural Perthshire is also a constant source of inspiration as I observe the nature, changing light and seasons in this beautiful part of Scotland.


Sarah is a Scottish born painter living in Perthshire. She dabbled in oils in her twenties in Donegal, mainly landscapes, before moving to Dublin where she studied Interior Design, including perspective drawing at Griffith College and History of European Painting at TCD.
On returning to Scotland, she studied for a time under Charles Harris at Scone Studios.
Sarah now has the time to devote to painting on a daily basis, and enjoys working with acrylics. She is a member of the SSA and locally, St. Fillan's Art Group.