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Sam Mould


In 2005, Sam came across an opportunity to visit South America where she hiked and climbed through several parts of the Andes, achieving summits of many 4,500m mountains.

In 2005, Sam came across an opportunity to visit South America where she hiked and climbed through several parts of the Andes, achieving summits of many 4,500m mountains. The peak of which was Cotopaxi, the second highest summit in Ecuador at 5,897m.

On Sam's return to the UK she realised that her calling was in the world of art and has since completed a BA(Hons) in Painting at Camberwell Art School, London and an MA in Painting at the exceptional Slade School of Art, London.

Sam combines her lust for adventure with her work and has cycled Land's End John O'Groats (1,450miles indirectly, not just because we got lost but because we could). London to Venice (1,416miles as a conceptual painting for the degree show), Danang to Ho Chi Min (872km). In the course of these travels and many others Sam has raised approximately £4,000 for charities including MIND, St Richards Hospice, Worcestershire and Cancer Research UK.

Sam is currently living and working in London. Sam was long listed for the Jerwood Prize 2012 and her work is currently on tour in the UK. Further she continues to be involved in London based shows. When Sam isn't creating paintings and new work, she is working at Edward VII Hospital Sister Agnes where the royal family are cared for amongst many others...and when she is not doing this she in in the hills and mountains, hiking, climbing, swimming, running, cycling and embracing every opportunity to 'get out there!'

Sam came across this quote once: Goethe said 'Whatever you dream you can do, begin it. Boldness has genius, magic and power in it, begin it now'

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