Sarah Sands Phillips (b.Tsí Tkaròn:to, Canada) is a Red River Métis/British artist and poet. Her family names include Johnston, Richards, Moore, Truthwaite, Brown and Thomas. She completed an MFA at the Ruskin School of Art at the University of Oxford in 2019. Her practice spans painting, photography, moving image, sculpture, and text. Fragmentary, bodily, and exploring themes of impermanence, her work is grounded in materiality, and engaged in process-oriented investigations of intuitive sites of presence and absence, intention and the skin. Sands Phillips has exhibited in Canada and internationally at the North Wall Arts Centre, UK, General Hardware Contemporary, CA, Angell Gallery, CA, Birch Contemporary, Gallery 44: Centre for Contemporary Photography, CA, and MULHERIN New York, NY. She is the recipient of a fully-funded Tsuzuki Scholarship, the Erna Plachte Scholarship, and awards from the Toronto Arts Council, Ontario Arts Council, and the Canada Council for the Arts. Her work is in the collection of TD Canada Trust and RBC Collection. She is represented by General Hardware Contemporary. She is currently based in Tokyo, Japan.