Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont's unmistakable style is developed from an interest in distorted perspective and reflection. Many of her earlier works are autobiographical, taking themes from family and childhood. Born in London and graduating with a Fine Art Honours Degree (first class in painting), Beaumont began her professional career as an artist working to commission in the government and corporate sectors, executing large-scale murals and commemorative paintings. In the 1990s Beaumont was commissioned to design a series of postcards in collaboration with the British Post Office to coincide with philatelic launches.
In 2000 she was elected to the Executive Committees of both the National Acrylic Painters’ Association (NAPA) and the National Society of Painters, Sculptors and Printmakers (NS). She is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA).
London exhibitions include: Royal Academy of Arts, The Mall Galleries, Westminster Gallery, The Atrium Gallery at Whiteleys, Imagination, The Barbican, ART (Islington), Affordable Art, Lamont Gallery, Alexandra Palace, The Menier Gallery, The Crypt Gallery at St Martin-in-the-Fields.
UK exhibitions include: The Jersey Gallery at Osterley Park, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, Durham City Art Gallery, and the Mariners Gallery, St Ives.
International exhibitions include: LF1 Hadid Pavilion, Germany.