Sasha Constable graduated from Wimbledon School of Art in 1992.
Specialising in carving different limestone's and observing the works of other sculptors who used the direct carving technique such as Epstein, Brancusi and Guadier-Brzeska.
Constable's work is predominantly figurative, even when pursuing different themes or abstractions the sculptures are imbued with connotations of a figurative element.
Her sculpture has combined fragments of the body with simple architectural features.
Sasha Constable co-founded the Peace Art Project Cambodia in October 2003. Working with 23 art student's from RUFA the project involved transforming weapons into sculptures as expressions of peace.
Now living and working on various projects in Cambodia, initially as the artist in residence for the World Monuments Fund and as design consultant + teaching young Khmer artists.
Taking a pro-active role in nurturing contemporary artists in Cambodia, Sasha Constable uses the Art House in Siem Reap as a platform for displaying art created at this new Interactive Art Space, a place for Khmer artists and visiting international artists to make new art and engage in creative exchange.
Sasha Constable is the daughter of the renown artist Richard Constable who sadly died in 2015, and the Great Great Great Grand Daughter of the English landscape master.