Welcome to Sandra Menant Artist page




Sandra’s art: the ability to challenge and delight in the same instant

Independent international artist, working in her Wimbledon Park Studio in London, producing original artwork with strong colours and textures, creating spontaneous and explosive canvases. From abstract expressionist style to semi figurative work, the result is extremely appealing, decorative, ranging from volcanic to serene. All paintings are original, one off, signed on the side or front of the canvas, unframed and UV protected, ready to hang. 

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“We have followed Sandra’s work over the last few years now and it has been fascinating to see her style evolve over this period. We have acquired some quite contrasting pieces of Sandra’s work, ranging from her earlier, full and very vibrant colours through to more recent subtle use of pastel shades and unusual materials! Sandra’s very lively personality shines through in the art that she creates.”

Dawn, preparing her new treatment room with “Epiphytes” and “Scarlet Flame Bean” writes: “But you know Sandra,  I’ve noticed how the mood in my room has changed.  Now,  in the evenings, in a  warm soft light, the room is so tranquil and warm and relaxing.  Whereas when the two paintings were put up, when daylight was brighter,  the room was vibrant and energising.   The changing light makes a difference to the impact the paintings have in my treatment room. “

Check out the Cuba Series, a selection of which was used in an Interior Design Project in a high profile location during Wimbledon season. I am still working on a Volcanic Series, on the  “Lustre” Series inspired by  century old Oriental screens, “Galactic ” with moons, planets and deep space visuals. I have just created about 20 paintings inspired by Japan;the composition, textures and colours are very different, atmospheric. They were exhibited for the first time during the Artists Open House event in October.

Some artwork has been used to illustrate a commercial project about the relation between Science and Art. Printing on textile is still a future project.