Born in London, 1966.
Sasha studied at Central School of Art and Design and Byam Shaw School of Art, London.
After completing her Fine Art degree course, in 1989, Sasha became an applied artist in pewter and also made furniture, frames and mirrors - supplyng major retailers such as Libertys and Harrods.
In 2003 she reverted back to her first love of painting and since then has been exhibiting her work regularly, including the Summer exhibition at the Royal Academy, Beaux Arts, Bath; Highgate Contemporary Art, Brighton Art Fair, Affordable Art Fair and Art London. In 2010 her one-man show Memories of Childhood at the Fosse Gallery was a sell-out.
Sasha's figurative style is both arresting and beautiful, the images have a great emotional impact due to their strong colours and her skillful draughtmanship. She explores the quiet moment in life when sometimes nothing is outwardly happening, including the relationships between people and the occasional unspoken mundane aspects of life.
"The paintings are an exploration of the relationships between people, particularly mothers and daughters. They are a glimpse into what it is to be human with our contradictions of emotions and desires. Wanting to be together and alone, craving the closeness of others however awkward that may feel." Sasha Bowles, 2006.