Sarah Woodfine was born in England in 1968. From 1988-91 she studied at the Liverpool School of Art and from 1992-95 at the Royal Academy Schools, London.
Her work has been exhibited widely, including: The Jerwood Drawing Prize; Cheltenham Open Drawing Exhibition; Danielle Arnaud Contemporary Art, London; Hales Gallery, London; Jibby Beane, London; Museum of Garden History, London; Middlesbrough Art Gallery; Compton Verney, Warwickshire; Sheffield Millennium Gallery; Maritime Museum, Portsmouth; Aspex, Portsmouth; Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Cumbria; Ha Gamle Prestegard, Norway; Galleri F15, Norway; Trondjheims Kunstforening, Norway; Haugesund Billedgalleri, Norway.
She has also received many awards, residencies and projects, including: Artangel Nights of London Interactive Project, 2006; The Nelson Touch Collaboration between Aspex Gallery and The Maritime Museum Portsmouth, 2005; The Jerwood Drawing Prize, 2004; Drawing Artist in Residence at Middlesbrough Art Gallery, 2002.
Her work is in a number of collections including the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Middlesbrough Art Gallery; Ha Gamle Prestegard, Norway, as well as private collections in England, USA, Norway, The Netherlands, Switzerland, Hawaii and Spain.