Recently I was interviewed by Alexandra Feiam, a journalist from Kidspot, based in Melbourne. Alexandra asked me some great questions about my life, my love of animals and art and my Outback Bush Buddies characters 🐑🐕🐓📚 I read Alexandra’s article online when I got to work this morning. It is great and fantastic! I am very happy for the interest in my life and my animal characters 😊✨🐑📘🙏🏻
We had a very enjoyable Christmas 2022, at home on our farm in Southern Cross. Aunties, Uncles and Cousins came from Perth and Kalgoorlie. There were family coming and going, staying from Christmas Eve through to New Year. My Grandma lives on our farm. Christmas lunch and dinner was at her house this year. All the families made and took food to share.
The Bush Tale of Timmy Lamb’ is the first book of the Outback Bush Buddies series which Sarah launched at the State Library of WA as part of the 2022 International AWESOME Arts Fesitival for Bright Young Things. Sarah enjoyed reading her book publicly, for the first time. You can purchase your own copy through her shop. All proceeds go back into producing the continuation of the book series.
On Wednesday 28 September 2022, 11:00 AM - 12:30 PM, Sarah will be launching her first book in the Outback Bush Buddies collection - ‘The Tale of Timmy Lamb’. The book will be launched at the State Library of WA as part of the 2022 International AWESOME Arts Festival for Bright Young Things. Tickets are FREE, but you will need to register. To secure your place click on the Read More button below for the booking link.
A video produced for The Lives We Lead, captures a wonderful glimpse in to the life of Sarah, her art and her animals at home on her family farm in rural Western Australia.
I live on a farm in rural Western Australia. My home is surrounded by gum trees, wide open spaces, native birds and wildlife. I share my home with two dogs, a cat, four pigs and many sheep.
In 2017 Sarah visited the home of one of her literary hero’s, Beatrix Potter.