Sabrina Grossi, contemporary painter.

Sabrina Grossi was born in Venice in 1963 and in 1981 she graduated as a Master of Graphic Art at the State Art Institute of Venice.

She further pursued her artistic career by enrolling at the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice.

Today she lives and works in his hometown and endures her research in color in addition to a study on the structure of matter. Inspired by surroundings, her job despite having an abstract quality is figurative in nature.

It is an instinctive and emotional reaction that we all have when we encounter for the first time in a given situation. Looking at his works you will be attracted by a memory of the past while, the material part brings you in the present state. Ambiguous works that allow the viewer to decipher the details through their own experiences.

She has exhibited in various exhibitions in the Italian art scene and in the foreign market, with solo exhibitions and participated in artistic movements, with excellent results and critical acclaim.

Some of her works are in public and private collections
From 2014 her paintings have been present in the private collection of CA ‘Zanardi Venice.





“In the haziness of apprehended iconographies of landscapes and places evoked; in the undecipherable wake of intricate pigments in the canvas, sketched segments of broken intimate memories, one can intuit the presence of an artist who from every trip, every experience, every step taken retains the potential energy, translates the curiosity of listening to the story being told.

The brush then wanders restlessly on the surface, paraphrasing visual poems, now impressionist, then suddenly expressionist; now abstract and a moment later informal, ignoring the logic of rationality, as streams of lyric consciousness, color embossments, carousels of voids and profusions, absences and presences where thought and vision come together ignoring their respective borders, to compose the heterogeneous mosaic of episodes experienced.

Painting, therefore, is not a contemplative action, rather revealing.

By repeatedly uploading and decreasing tones, harmonizing the compositions in chromatic resolutions; juxtaposing the complementary and highlighting the whole with protrusions and ripples, with heavy superimpositions, Sabrina Grossi takes us by the hand into the obsessive vortex of her research, offering experiences that not merely satisfy an aesthetic need, but rather awaken dormant empathy.”

“Gaetano Salerno”