Sarah Carvell C.V.
1964 Born in Kirby Muxloe in Leics.
1968 Moved to Wales, Llannnefydd near Denbigh,
1969-1975 Llannefydd CP School
1975-1982 Ysgol Uwchradd Glan Clwyd
1982-1983 Wrexham College of Art, Foundation Course
1983-1986 Loughborough College of Art & Design, BA Fine Art
1986-1987 Craig Bragdy Design, Designer of Handmade Murals
1987- 1991 Self Employed Artist/Designer, Art Tutor
1992-1993 Bangor University PGCE Art & Technology
1993-1996 Art Lecturer, Manchester City College
2007 Denbigh Library Gallery ‘Westerly Light’ solo exhibition
2007 Martin Tinney Gallery, Important 20th Century & Contemporary Welsh Art, group exhibition.
2009 Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff. New Paintings solo exhibition
2010 Martin Tinney Gallery, Cardiff. New Paintings solo exhibition.
2011 Tegfryn Gallery, Sarah Carvell & Darrren Hughes
2012 Martin Tinney Gallery, New Paintings solo exhibition.
2013 National Eisteddfod, Denbigh. Lle Celf
2013 Martin Tinney Gallery Sarah Carvell & Iwan Gwyn Parry.
2014 Tegfryn Gallery, New Paintings, solo exhibition.
2014 Denbigh Library Gallery, ‘Living in a Landscape’ solo exhibition
2014 Gorstella Gallery, Dodleston. Group Exhibition.
2015 Gorstella Gallery, Dodleston. Celebrating 25 years
2016 Ffin Y Parc Gallery. ‘A Year of Painting’ solo exhibition.
2016 The Albany Gallery, Little Picture Show, Seventy Artists.
2017 Ffin y Parc Gallery, Sarah Carvell, Elfyn Lewis and Ann Bridges
2017 The Albany Gallery, Cardiff. Summer Exhibition
2018 Oriel Gallery Theatre Clwyd, North Wales Open
2018 MOMA The Tabernacle Art Comp. Peoples Prize & 2nd prize
2018 Ffin Y Parc Gallery. Major solo exhibition ‘A Journey’ & book launch,
2018 National Library of Wales Purchase :‘Pink Hill on the Coastal Path’.
2018 Derwent Art Prize Shortlist, The Mall Galleries, London
2019 Tabernacl, Machynlleth Previous Winner Exhibition
2019 Oriel Gallery Theatre Clwyd, Solo Retrospective Exhibition
2019 Lle Celf Competition, National Eisteddfod, Sir Conwy, Llanrwst.
2019 Ffin Y Parc Gallery, Llanrwst , Welsh Women’ Exhibition: Luned Rhys Parri, Sarah Carvell and Seren Morgan Jones.
2019 Waterfront Gallery, Milford Haven. ‘Wales Contemporary’.