December 20, 1972
Sarah has been carving full time, under the guidance of her father Alfred Robertson, since 1992. She comes from a family of woodcarvers. Her uncle is carver Sampson Robertson and her cousin is Jackson Robertson. She began her art career at a young age, sanding, staining and polishing her father's creations. As she gained experience, Sarah began carving her own pieces, a repertoire that now includes masks, plaques, boxes, bowls, totem poles, talking sticks and bentwood boxes. Her carvings are often embellished with abalone inlays.