Sabrina Brouwers

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Sabrina brings her training as a graphic designer to her work as an artist.
Sabrina's work has been featured in exhibitions in both London and Cornwall.
Sabrina's nomadic upbringing has had a strong influence on her work.

Sabrina Brouwers is a truly international artist - half-German, half-Italian, and now living and working in South London. Working mainly with abstract paintings in acrylic, her style has been strongly influenced by her nomadic upbringing and her fascination with design principles. Her paintings are largely monochrome and feature geometric shapes that repeat over a grid system, all plotted with a mathematical precision. She states that the unnaturally rigid grid is a mirror to our urban landscapes, while circles are introduced to juxtapose with and challenge this sense of order.

Sabrina Brouwers’ Career

Sabrina has an interesting background, having grown up between different countries before studying a bachelors in fine art at Falmouth University in 2019. She has since developed her style of geometric abstract painting, studying a postgraduate diploma in graphic design at the University of Art in London. Sabrina now works as both an artist and a graphic designer, and the influence of these two differing disciplines is clear to see throughout her paintings.

Exhibitions

Sabrina’s work has been featured in shows in both Cornwall, where she studied her undergraduate degree, and in London. Notably, she has taken part in ‘Falmouth Fine Art’ in Assembly Point Gallery and artist-led exhibitions in Craft Central.

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