“Professor Sarath's outstanding expression of the human form is wonderfully conveyed in clay. All his figures are deployed as expressive vehicle to explore the dilemma of spirit incarnate.

Moment, gesture and intentional distortions of proportion characterize many of Sarath's figurative works, giving them an upward thrust in physical and metaphysical senses. In addition to meeting the growing demand for his highly original and austerely beautiful bronzes, he could be introduced as the most fastest Sculptor in the world".


 Creations in Terracotta - 1990

The First Solo Exhibition is 'Creations in Terracotta' (225 earthenware pieces) at the National  Art Gallery, Colombo. Sponsored by the Contemporary Arts and Crafts Association of Sri Lanka.

Hundred Impressions on Bronze - 1994

The Second Solo Exhibition is ‘Hundred Impressions on Bronze’ (100 life-size portrait sculptures) at the National Art Gallery, Colombo and the book Sarath Chandrajeewa by Professor Albert Dharmasiri, Published & Sponcerd by the Contemporary Arts and Crafts Association of  Sri Lanka. ISBN 955-9289-00-4    

The Third Solo Exhibition is ‘Art in Pottery’ (108 pottery and 16 paintings) at the Lionel Wendt Art GalleryColombo. Sponsored by the Lionel Wendt Memorial Fund and Studio Times, Sri Lanka

Fourth Solo Exhibition is ‘Form and Feeling’ (07 bronze sculptures, 01 copper installation & 17 paintings) at the Hotel Lanka Oberoi, Colombo. Sponsored by Deutsche BankSri Lanka.

Fifth Solo Exhibition is ‘Path of Visual Arts’(50 pieces of pottery, sculpture, drawings and paintings) at the Barefoot Gallery, Colombo. The book ‘Path of Visual Arts – Sarath Chandrajeewa’  by N. Jayasinghe, published and Sponsored by Maxies and Company  ISBN 955-1241-00-2