Sally Fawkes was born in 1968 in London. Education: 1998 Colour and Form - Meike Groot/Richard Price. Northlands Creative Glass. 1995-98 BA (1st Class Hons) 3 D Design - Glass. Surrey Institute of Art and Design. 1987 Foundation Course - Art and Design. Southend College of Technology.
The nature of visual perception is rich and ambiguous and can stimulate extraordinary sensory experiences.
Fawkes’s glass sculptures express the sensations created by interactions between the visible and invisible possibilities of place.
Sally Fawkes graduated with a first class honours from the University for the Creative Arts. She has an extensive international exhibition profile as well as creating many site specific artworks for both interior and exterior locations. Her work is represented in private, corporate and public collections worldwide, including the Victoria and Albert Museum, National Museums of Scotland, and Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
The late Dan Klein described Fawkes work as 'self-explanatory narratives full of feeling and content. They communicate without any need for words, delighting the eye and setting thought processes in motion.'
Sally Fawkes works along side her partner Richard Jackson in their studio near Stroud, Gloucestershire.