Sarah studied Environmental Illustration at Sunderland University during which she developed a love for lino-printing. Shortly after, in 1998, she was awarded the Lloyds Private Banking Award from the Society of Wildlife Artists for her print Rhino Lino. She has spent the following years creating work that has been exhibited throughout the UK. Now living in the shadow of Crossfell in the beautiful Eden Valley, Sarah's current works are inspired by the hares, songbirds and abundant furry creatures she sees in and around the fells.
In 2014, Sarah was commissioned by Holland and Holland to produce an edition of four prints to compliment their season of the hare. These were exhibited alongside a collection of hare linocuts in the flagship Bruton Street store in Mayfair, London. In 2015, she supplied the National Trust with a linocut for a Christmas card and returned to Holland and Holland with a new collection to complement the MacNab story.