Sarah Rhys is an interdisciplinary artist living and working between Bristol and South Wales, who makes site specific installations, recently using geological material. She is interested in reinterpretation of landscape, alchemical process, folklore, deep time, museum curation and aesthetics. Rhys also works with moving image and is interested in expanded cinema.
Having already trained and worked as a Design Technology teacher, Rhys graduated from Bath Spa University with a MFA (2004) followed by a Post-graduate Diploma in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at University of the West of England, Bristol (2013). She completed a foundation in Art Psychotherapy at University of South Wales (2015)
She was awarded Arts Council Wales funding for her project Coal Tree Salt Sea (2015-17) in partnership with The Josef Herman Foundation, which toured in South Wales venues included Arcade Cardiff, Oriel Q (Narberth) and Abergavenny Museum.