Sam Gare is an English self-taught artist whose works often depicts the wild landscapes from which modern urban lifestyles are increasingly disconnected. Sam has developed her practice by refocusing her interest in visual storytelling to the two-dimensional. Prior to her artistic career Sam worked in events directing art Fairs and managing the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.
Sam is influenced by her lifelong passion for nature. She often travels to isolated environments, these trips influence her work, she creates both in the studio and outdoors in the field.
Gare has worked with at the Natural History Museum, the Royal Horticultural Society and Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Her work has been included in several solo and group exhibitions, including “Might”, “Wild Giants” and “Vanishing Point” at the Curious Duke Gallery, London (2017, 2016 and 2015); Alpine Garden Show, RHS Horticultural Halls (2014); “Free Painters and Sculptors: Without Boundaries”, Menier Gallery (2013).
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