About Sasha's Artwork
Sasha Compton is a British Artist and Designer based in London, who explores the natural world around her using authentic production methods. Sasha transports viewers into a timeless world of Art by creating modern reinterpretations of classical concepts. Using expressive and experimental techniques, she works with the colour theory to create dreamlike artworks with the aim of bringing happiness into people's lives. With a colourful lens on life, her perfectly imperfect artworks and hand-painted ceramics are sure to add a splash of joy to any home. Sasha Compton was set up in 2020 and has since has gained international press features in the likes of Vogue Scandinavia, Tatler, Elle Decoration, World of Interiors and more. She has worked with brands such as Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, Fabergé, Thyme Hotels, Edmiston Yachts, Noble MacMillan, amie, and Frameless Gallery.
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Sasha's childhood was split between North Yorkshire (where she is originally from) and the Isle of Mull, Scotland. She studied at Central St. Martins (2012, Illustration) and then at Chelsea College of Art (BA Graphic Design in 2015). Sasha lived in Amsterdam for 4 years and moved back to London in 2022 where she now creates in her colourful art studio in Lambeth.
Sasha sells original art, hand-painted ceramics, Giclée prints and bespoke designs. Sasha Compton is a one woman operation. All designs are hand-drawn or painted by Sasha in her London studio. Sasha has a love for hand-made creations which is reflected in her own work; embracing the skill of creativity and craft. She minimises waste in the production process by not mass-producing and instead making one off works or limited-editions. Sasha often re-uses packaging materials to be as sustainable as possible. She encourages you to shop less and buy better, and in doing so, protect the planet and traditional skills that go into creating hand made Art.
Sasha takes on private commissions and collaborations regularly, please get in touch if this is of interest.
Photos by Camille Liu Nock
"In today's world there is so much pressure to be perfect. My work is all about embracing the differences. I like to experiment with unpredictable creative methods; such as lino printing. ceramic glazes or watercolours. These materials seem to have a life of their own which I love. I embrace those imperfections that give an artwork it's own character, as if each piece has its own personality."
Photography by Sophie Saddington
Photos by Sophie Saddington
Domenica Marland's Spring Pop Up - Cheslsea, London
Art for Charity Collective x amie - on display at amie wine studios, London
Fabergé - Internal event celebrating the Coronation of King Charles III
(Sasha's Fabergé inspired egg from Eggs of an Era was chosen to exhibit)
Curator & Maker - Myriad Antiques Portobello Road, London
Art for Charity Collective - Spring print shop (online)
Thyme's The Swan (In Southrop) - Art curation by Domenica Marland
Charleston Farmhouse, East Sussex - Maker & Creators Fair
Frameless - Marble Arch, London (permanent lighting designs)
North Coast Asylum Gallery x The Auction Collective - For Parkinsons UK
Amelia Maxwell - The Spaces Left for Dreaming, London
The Elephant Family - Eggs of an Era, London
A public art exhibition celebrating The Queen's Platinum Jubilee (situated around Chelsea)
Domenica Marland - Art for Dogs, London
Domenica Marland - Pop Up, 30 Churton Street, London
Art Untamed - Splash: Ode to Hockney, London
at Sophie Breitmeyer, opposite Hockney's old flat
Among Equals - The Empowerium, London
At Coal Drops Yard for The Girls Network
North Coast Asylum Gallery x The Auction Collective - 'Mesmerism'
Bambini Collections - Family
Domenica Marland - Pop-Up Gallery, J/M Gallery Portobello Rd, London
Art Modern Muse - Force of Nature
Domenica Marland - Pop-Up Gallery, Wiltshire Barn
Bambini Collections - Celebrating Childhood
Nina London - The Motherhood Prints
BA Chelsea (UAL) Graphics Graduate Show - 'Playground', Chelsea, London
Central St. Martins (UAL) Foundation Art - Degree Show, 10 Back Hill, London