More about Sabrina Roscino:
Following a recent holiday to Devon she was inspired to create a series of naïve seascapes that reflected the character of the place. Colour was her main focus, rows of cottages squeezed onto banks of green foliage, all set along the water’s edge.
Sabrina Roscino has recently started working with charcoal, both for preliminary sketching and while painting. She wanted the elephant paintings to remind her of old photographs that have been tucked away for years. To achieve the effect she combined acrylic paint, acrylic inks, pastel and charcoal. She has also been working with soft pastels this year, using the medium on top of acrylic paint. This not only achieves some amazing colours, but also creates interesting textures.
Her New York paintings are based on a holiday to New York a few years ago. She says, “It is a place which, once visited, you’ll never forget.” Having grown up on a small island she wasn’t prepared for the general scale of everything, not to mention the food that New York has to offer. Immersing herself in all the hustle ‘n’ bustle of the city she found incredibly stimulating.