Sarah Batchelor is a printmaker, illustrator and poet who lives and works in Cornwall. With 10 years experience working in the heritage sector and 5 years working as academic support for learners with additional needs, Sarah has a particular interest in the potential of museums as community organisations and the benefits of creative workshops as pastoral care for marginalised communities and isolated individuals.  

'My words examine my personal responses to existing texts and how reception and interpretation of them can transform over time. My linocut print images explore the visceral, the abject and the relationship between the cognitive and the physiological: particularly how anxiety is felt in the body.  

I also have a personal love of 1970's folk-horror imagery and anything involving the gradual subversion of the everyday into the peculiar.' 



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