Sara Hodson

Born in 1972, Sara was brought up in Devon, living for many years in the market town of Newton Abbot where her love of racing began. She went on a year long Art Foundation course at South Devon College but chose to study history at Plymouth University and completed a Masters Degree in Irish Studies at Bath College. In 1996 she moved to West Cork in Ireland where her mother’s family originate from and where she spent family holidays as a child.

She is Ireland’s top female equestrian artist and her work is commissioned worldwide. Working in oils and watercolour she is best known for her contemporary equine art and local Irish landscape paintings.

Sara’s work is in private and corporate collections. She has exhibited in Ireland and the U.K. in solo and group exhibitions and has work in many private collections. She is a member of the West Cork Arts Centre, Skibbereen and a Full Member of the Society of Equestrian Artists in the U.K. She also supports The Emile Faurie Foundation and the Injured Jockeys Fund through her work.