Sarah is interested in creating imagery that both imitates and reflects the human figure/gestures whilst subtly confusing the viewer into questioning the world around them. She does this by juxtaposing overblown and contorted figures and limbs, alongside both unidentifiable and everyday fragments. She does not wish to make the viewer feel uncomfortable but instead view the work as playful, with a cartoon like sensibility that leaves the viewer thrilled and elated.
Sarah wanted the figures to move across the page much like a mark made by a pencil or a sculpture moving through space. She is interested in the limitations and boundaries of the flat page. This is investigated by how she composes her work, giving equal importance to both the positive and negative space within the composition.