Sarah Goudie is an artist based in the West Midlands. She studied at Wimbledon School of Art before completing her MA at Birmingham School of Art (Birmingham City University) in 2014.

Her practice interweaves pencil work, writing, spoken word and photography to explore the physical and hidden impulses of drawing and language.    A fascination with the movement of light travelling over graphite supports a curiosity for mark making and the potential for paper and graphite to form sculptural objects.

Sarah has exhibited within group and solo shows in the UK. Photographs of her drawings have been published in the Fine Art Journal, Zétésis. She taught ‘Drawing in Space’ workshops for the Artist Teacher Scheme at Birmingham City University and continues to research the complexities and rewards of a process led approach to making.

Current Work:

Sarah co-facilitates a pilot study for ‘Drawing Your Space – Study Days‘: investigating women’s creative resilience with Elena Thomas.

She is co-imaginer of Width of Circle Gallery  in Stourbridge, West Midlands, developing a new programme of events and exhibitions with Gallery Founder Dean Melbourne.







Email:   smgoudie@hotmail.com     Twitter:    @sarahmgoudie