Is Sarah Graham South African?

Is Sarah Graham South African?

Is Sarah Graham South African?

Sarah Graham is a celebrated South-African based cook, food writer and TV show host. She started her food blog, A Foodie Lives Here, in May 2010 and later that year was the first South African food blogger to be awarded a cookbook contract by Penguin Random House. …

How old is Sarah Graham?

32 years (August 22, 1989)
Sarah Graham/Age

How tall is Sarah Graham?

1.63 m
Sarah Graham/Height

How many children does Sarah Graham have?

two children
Graham lives and works in Chelsea, London and has two children with husband James Holland-Hibbert.

Where is Sarah Graham from?

Brisbane, Australia
Sarah Graham/Place of birth

What is Sarah Graham known for?

Sarah Graham is a UK based photorealistic artist whose distinctive oil on canvas paintings celebrate nostalgia and childlike wonderment. Combining vivid colours and realism, Graham favours kitsch images of toys, sweets and adolescent subject matter to create an elusive sense of sheer joy.

What is Sarah Graham most famous art?

Works By Sarah Graham

  • Fruit Salad.
  • Sweet Dreams.
  • Marble Carnival.
  • Dolly Duck.
  • Still Life – Rainbow Swirl (Canvas)
  • Emerald Marble.
  • Still Life – Lollipop (Canvas)
  • Bubbly.

What materials does Kate Brinkworth use?

Alon Zakaim Fine Art

  • Golden Dollar, 2010 oil on canvas 180 x 135 cm.
  • MGM Grand, 2010 oil on canvas 163 x 224 cm.
  • The Watcher (Black and White No. 2), 2013 oil on canvas 90 x 135 cm.
  • The Thief (Black and White No.
  • Bad to the Bone, 2010 oil on canvas 122 x 122 cm.
  • London Binion’s, 2017 oil on canvas 100 x 150 cm.

What is Sarah Graham inspired by?

I discovered photorealism as an artistic movement while at university, and was captivated by the US photorealists Ralph Goings, Chuck Close, and Audrey Flack. Here I was also introduced to the work of the German painter Gerhard Richter, who’s use and mastery of paint has inspired me ever since.

Who is Sarah Graham inspired by?

Why does Sarah Graham use oil paint?

Sweets, cakes and desserts are bright and colourful to make them look more attractive – so the subjects Sarah Graham chooses to paint allow her to use bright, radiant and intensely coloured oil paints. Oil paints give a real depth of colour, as you can see in her work.

How much are Sarah Grahams paintings worth?

Sarah Graham is an artist. Their work was featured in several exhibitions at key galleries and museums, including the Lyndsey Ingram. The artist’s work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $38 USD to $7,128 USD, depending on the size and medium of the artwork.

What kind of person is Sarah Graham married to?

He’s my legendary husband. A regular bloke (well, way above regular in many ways, that’s why I married him) in the sense that he loves food, rugby, fishing, beer, wine, all that blokey stuff. And he’s our resident taster. He’s super fun to feed as he’ll honestly try anything, and he has his own repertoire of recipes that would blow your socks off.

What did Sarah Graham do before she became a foodie?

Before Sarah’s days as a foodie extraordinaire, her life was that of the co-founder and marketing manager for African Impact, working alongside husband Rob, where frequent travel and thus simple food were both a priority and an inspiration.

When did Sarah Graham start playing professional soccer?

Graham began her professional career in 2007, for the Dandenong Rangers. After a move to the Logan Thunder, she would later to go on to receive the WNBL Rookie of the Year Award. Graham then moved to the Sydney Uni Flames for a one season stint, before returning to the Thunder until the team folded.

When did Sarah Grahams first book come out?

After a few months I was lucky enough to be the first blogger in South Africa to be awarded a cookbook contract with Random House. My first book, BITTEN, was released in early 2012. My fifth book, SUPER NATURAL is due out in February 2020. It offers 130 plant-based recipes for eating well and I can’t wait to share it with you!