Sarah studied art and history of art for A Level and started a art foundation course which was not completed.
Sarah's work can be found on her website
Sarah can also be contacted via her website
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'I spent most of my working life as a PA at Director level in publishing.
I currently work as the Secretary of the NW London Branch of the Motor Neurone Disease Association http://www.mndassociation.org/northwestlondon and I’m a Board Member of Movement for Hope http://www.movementforhope.org/. I also run the not for profit Eyegazeartists website http://eyegazeartists.com/. These are all unpaid, voluntary positions.
I was diagnosed with Motor Neurone Disease/ALS in April 2000, whilst pregnant with my second child. I became severely disabled and started to use assistive technology in 2005. When I lost the use of my hands, soon after diagnosis, I thought that I would never create anything again. I started to create my artwork in February 2012 with a Tobii PCEye eyegaze computer http://www.tobii.com/sarahezekiel. A infrared bar picks up my eye movements and I can control the mouse with my eyes. I use Revelation Natural Art software and various online programs for backgrounds and other enhancements.
I’m inspired by nature and artists such as Modigliani, Klimt and Matisse.'
September 2012 – Walthamstow Library, London, as part of the E17 Art Trail.
November 2012 – Bloomsbury Theatre, London WC1.
November 2012 – Princess Elizabeth Hospital, Guernsey.
February 2013 – Mada Centre, Doha, Qatar.
April 2013 - National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London, WC1
August 2013 – Penny Fielding Interiors, E17 Summer Show, London.
September 2013 – Lumen Online Gallery http://lumenprize.com/gallery
November 2013 – March 2014 – Nesta, 1 Plough Place, London EC4A 1DE.