An exhibition of works on paper by Sasha Turnbull displayed on the walls of the Charleston Farmhouse Café.
Sasha Turnbull developed her drawing skills and interest in sculpture at art school in the late 1960s, primarily making sewn and painted canvas sculpture. She began painting when her children were young – a more convenient medium than bulky sculpture and one that satisfied her desire to work with colour. She has been painting in oil since joining Maggi Hambling’s class at Morley College in 1994 and her work has evolved in parallel with her family life and her garden. Her work reflects her daily domestic surroundings and close observation of the seasons and the elements inspired by the Sussex landscape.