Sarah Sands Phillips is a deep thinker about the nature of trace and memory. Her paintings are technical ruminations on the wherewithal of our perception, and how, under close scrutiny, these perceptions change, break down, and transform. Her hand is deft but subtle, quietly asking the viewer to approach and reconsider assumptions. Her practice extends across media, incorporating found objects/images, unorthodox ‘painting’, sculpture, collage, and drawing. She currently lives and works in Toronto and is represented by General Hardware Gallery, Toronto.