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About Sherren Comensoli
Sherren Comensoli is a Contemporary Artist based in Melbourne (Australia).
She was raised in the country in North East Victoria and moved to Melbourne in 1991 to attend the Melbourne School of Design (RMIT). She pursued an artist career in Retail Design, Visual Merchandising & then Home Styling. She has always enjoyed painting throughout her career but is now working as a full time professional artist.
“There is always abstraction in my paintings regardless of the subject. Before I start any painting I consider the environment or room setting in which it is to be placed. My paintings mostly reflect the Australian landscape, with a contemporary translation. I like to use multiple layers underneath a painting and then keep building it up slowly until I have something that is substantial, complex and also restful.
Sherren is often commissioned by other Interior Stylists & Interior Designers. Sherren herself is also an Interior Stylist and is often asked by her clients to help them redecorate an entire room (or whole house) with her painting acting as the focal point. Her primary motivation when painting is to create a statement piece that will deliver soul and personality into a living space.
Sherren currently lives in Glen Iris with her family and paints in her home studio. Sherren welcomes studio visits by appointment 0411821915.
Sherren Comensoli has exhibited at: Canterbury Art Show 2014, 2015, 2016 Camberwell Art Show 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016
- Crate Expectations (Malvern & Hampton) 1A Llaneast St Malvern 3144
- Cult Traders 1238 High St, Armadale VIC 3143
Gallery Representation: Ministry of Art 238 St Kilda Rd, St Kilda 3182
Solo exhibition - Ministry of Art 238 St Kilda Rd, St Kilda July 2015 (3 week show)
Solo Exhibition - Malvern Artists Society Sept 2016
Sherren's website: http://sherrencomensoli.com.au/
(Original Paintings and Limited Edition Prints are available on her website to purchase).
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