Sarah’s work is fresh, diverse and well executed. I have always felt that sculpture belongs in gardens.” Kim Wilde, Horticulturalist.

Sarah had a feel for the place straight away capturing its tone and essence really well. She produced some lovely designs and the colours fitted perfectly.” Toby Didier ‘Sierre, Restaurateur,  The Red Cow, Chrishall.

Very sympathetic” Penny Cleobury, chairman of The Friends of Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.

Sarah’s concepts are always engaging and really put the audience at the heart of her ideas. This is backed with a real flair for turning the design brief into reality.” Nick Nieder, Chairman of the Corporate Social Responsibility Committee, VolkerFitzpatrick Engineering Contractors.
The sculpture reflects our core values while celebrating the creative approach we have to all curriculum areas the artistic vision of Sarah Rintoul has pushed the boundaries of a school sculpture to ensure that the final outcome is not only visually stunning but also provides a wonderful seating experience for our students and the community.“ Liz Kelly, Director of Learning and Visual Arts, Sandringham School, Arts Specialist College.

Sarah was able to take their visions and dreams and turn them into actual features when we asked her to design and develop a sensory garden for the benefit of our pupils and local community.” Maria Fuller, Pinewood School, Special Educational Needs for Learning and Cognition College.

Sarah proved to be tactful, calm, conscientious and reliable.”  Rosemary Walker, Visitor Centre Administrator, The Henry Moore Foundation, Perry Green, Hertfordshire.

Sarah is a very focused person who brings energy and commitment to the projects for which she is responsible.” Maggie Cashman, Training and Development Manager, Tate Britain, London.