The South African Artist
Page 46 - 47
Issue 3 - March/April 2012

'These 10 tips are for artists wanting to sell their work are gathered from my experience over the past few years as I have put more effort into selling my work'

Tip 1 - Make sure your work is of a professional standard. Presentation is everything. A scruffy drawing in a portfolio bag is not going to impress anyone. Get at least one picture framed, so the professional effect comes across from the beginning. Sculptures should be mounted onto bases, and dust free....

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Classicfeel - music arts culture lifestyle
Page 34 -35
September 2011

...For this exhibition, she has chosen the male body because it represents an aspect of herself to her which is intrinsically masculine in nature: organised,achieving, linear, strong, physical, athletic, yearning to be free and desperate control her environment and her life.

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Wildside - The magazine that takes you there
2011 Winter
Page 45

Sarah specialises in bronze sculpture, and offers a diverse selection ranging from intimate figure studies, to dynamic wildlife...

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Live Out Loud - For those who can
February 2009
Article written by Paula Gruben
Page 55

Bronze is the most popular material for cast metal sculptures. 'It is a highly skilled, extremely time-consuming, labour-intensive process,' says artist Sarah Richards. 'It's actually an ancient process, one that hasn't changed in about 5000 years.' Through her website she endeavours to bring you closer to understanding the true value of a bronze - not only the artist's skills required and accumulated, but in the length and complexity of the casting process itself. Having interviewed many artists who work in all manner of mediums, I am suitably impressed. Not many people would have the patience for this kind of work! .....

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Midlands Life magazine
Issue 1 - Summer 2007
Page 16

Although best known for her magnificent bronzes, Sarah Richards is a multi-dimensional artist equally at home with oils and mixed media as she is with sculpting. She moved to the midlands just over a year ago ....

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Palmnut Post - The magazine of the Durban Natural Science Museum
Article written by Immie Mostert
Volume 9, Number 1, July 2006
Page 22

... Since 2001, the Durban Natural Science Museum, has had the pleasure of viewing the transition from bird skin or other specimen to bronze sculpture, as Sarah embarked on various commissions, that required collaboration with the Museum, and specifically with David Allen, from whom she borrowed various skins over the years...

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