Sarah Taylor Silverwood works with drawing. Everything she makes is an exploration in the craft of the hand-drawn, often using drawing as a way to tell stories and collaborate with people. Her work has included publications, animations and ceramics. 

Recent projects include Daphne at The New Art Gallery Walsall (solo show, 2019), Crowd Show at NN Contemporary (2018), Multistory (2018 commission), the British Consulate in Chicago, USA (2014) and The University of Birmingham (2013). 

Sarah is a recipient of the 2019 Feeney Fellowship.

Board Director for DACS (2014-present) and the Whitworth Wallis Trust (2017- present). Studio holder at Grand Union.



Modern Clay Art School - Ceramics and Illustration (8 Aug, 14 Aug) and Ceramic Spoons (22 Aug) - book a ticket here

Zine Workshop at Modern Clay

30 May 6-9pm

Daphne (solo show)

The New Art Gallery Walsall

19 Jan - 12 May 2019

Zine Making Workshops

Sat 23 March 2019

The New Art Gallery Walsall

In Conversation, Sat 11 May, 2pm

The New Art Gallery Walsall

Feeney Fellowship 2019

Forward: New Art from Birmingham

Ikon Gallery, Medicine Bakery

23 January — 24 March 2019

The Women’s Honour Award - 3 Portraits


Jan-Dec 2018

Crowd Show

NN Contemporary

8 Sept - 3 Nov 2019

GU Women at Modern Clay

3-4 August 2018

There is no script for this

Talk at Eastside Projects 2 Aug 2018

Hinterlands – Canal and River trust commission

program, 2018

Wolverhampton School of Art Print Residency

Feb 2018

Mediations (featuring A Room of Their Own)

Jeu de Paume, Paris 

6 Feb - 20 May 2018

Baby Oyl

Publication Launch

Small is Beautiful

Flowers Gallery, Cork St,

6 Dec - 7 Jan 2018

Baby Oyl, publication

Rope Press

March 2018

BROADCAST, publication

mac Birmingham

Sept 2017


Airspace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent

June 2017