Greta Sadur

About Greta

I was born in Johannesburg South Africa where I went to school and university. I graduated with BA Fine arts, subsequently studied for honours in fine arts at UNISA.(University of South Africa). I attended a 6 week course at the Kokoshka School of Vision in Salzburg where I was a prize winner. We moved to London to be near our family when my husband lost his sight and could no longer run his architectural practise.


My Work

I paint in oils and water colour. My work is often based on sketches made at concerts, cafes or on the tube. I also make small clay sculptures. The visual world is what inspires me.

Exhibitions

  • My last solo exhibition was at Lauderdale House in 2018

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