“For some years the central theme of my artistic work has been the Cosmos, where man and nature are symbolically immersed in an infinite space, to testify the essence of life, the eternal and perfect cycle of existence.”
Of Venetian origin and Emilian by adoption, Sabrina Veronese holds a Master's degree. Since childhood, creating her first impromptu painting at 11, she has been attracted to drawing and the use of colors; keen on blending, mixing and combining to always obtain different shades. After a long pause, Veronese returned to art and more specifically to Abstractionism and slowly moved toward a vibrant, contemplative and figurative approach that brought her closer to the metaphysical; a part of Surrealism linked to hidden meanings and reflections on life and the dimensional man.
In her artworks, Veronese cannot ignore her passion for Astronomy as well as astrological implications that guide her toward a style where she uses the universe, the space above humans, to speaks about the hardships, fears, and distance of man from himself.
Sabrina has attended numerous courses to hone her skill in a variety of painting techniques as well as history and the symbolic meaning of colors, expressed in a wide range of media including charcoal, acrylic, and oil on canvas.
In recent years Sabrina has created works with the fresco technique by inserting natural elements such as stones, pebbles, plaster, quartz powder and oil colors rich in iridescent pigments, creating a sort of bas-relief.
For her artistic research, she has earned the title of Master of Art by Carla d'Aquino Mineo, art critic and president of the Academic Center Maison d'Art in Padua. Sabrina Veronese has curated several solo shows, the last one in 2019 entitled “Imaginary Cosmos” at Palazzo dei Principi, Correggio (RE). She has partaken in several competitions and national and international collective shows in cities including Rome, Florence, Milan, Turin, Genoa, Bologna, Bruges, London, Paris.
Sabrina’s work has been reviewed and published in various catalogs and magazines as well as received awards and acknowledgments.
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist