Sandra Menant is a full time professional artist, who is working from her studio in Wimbledon Park, London. Through the use of vibrant colours and contrasting textures, she is able to convey emotions and produces highly decorative canvases. Plants and landscapes, especially in tropical settings trigger her imagination and her creativity . Her painting LUSHNESS is being featured in the January issue of House &Garden.
“Sandra’s work displays energy and creativity which translates beautifully from concept to reality. The diversity of themes that Sandra explores demonstrates that rare talent of an artist: the ability to challenge and delight in the same instant.”
“Sandra produces superb creative artwork for clients with specific requirements. Her creations enhance any room and will undoubtedly provide that sought after focal point for those who seek dramatic yet cohesive interior design. The two pieces she produced for me look wonderful and are much admired.”
“Sandra Menant’s work is a display of energy and creativity exploring themes in nature“. Diamond Art Gallery.
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Visit link for my artist’s interview, Thank you Nancy Kofi-Sikah.
2012, 2013, 2014, 2016
Sandra participated in the Openhouse Event organised by Wandsworth Borough: she had hundreds of visitors, sold many paintings, and took on commissions.
March to May 2014,
7 figurative paintings were part of an art show at Cannizaro House, Wimbledon.
Sandra participated with 7 abstract paintings at the Contemporary Painting Exhibition of The Brick Lane Gallery, for 3 weeks.
After many travels in developing countries, Sandra decided to actively raise money to participate in the fundraising for Wateraid. This is a long term commitment, and 10% of sales proceed go to this charity, for a project in Madagascar.
Sandra organized a solo exhibition entitled “Water Awareness“, for one week at The Brick Lane Gallery. This series of paintings explore the theme of water, and the exhibition had the purpose to raise awareness and funds for the charity Wateraid.
January to March 2015,
an exhibition centered around “Wateraid” took place at Signature, Coombe Hill Manor, Kingston.
Sandra participated in “Fusion“, an international Art Fair organised by The Cult House, Hoxton.
December 2015- 16th to 20th- participating in the ART MAZE Exhibition, organized by EXHIBIT HERE. OXO TOWER WHARF, BARGEHOUSE.
April 2016-26th to 1st May- participating in the FUSION 2 EXHIBITION, organized by THE CULT HOUSE-at the UNDERDOG GALLERY. https://www.facebook.com/theculthouseuk/
June-July 2016-11 paintings of the Cuba Collection are being used as part of an Interior Decorating Project in a high profile location during the Wimbledon Season.
Saturday 1/Sunday 2 October and Saturday 8/Sunday 9 October 2016-Participating in the ARTISTS’OPEN HOUSE , Wandsworth-THE SOUTHFIELDS ARTISTS. https://www.facebook.com/thesouthfieldsartists/
November 2016- 2rd to 6th- I am delighted to participate inTHE FLUX EXHIBITION, Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane, London. https://www.facebook.com/fluxexhibition/
Art and Interior Design projects.
I am looking at meeting professional Interior Designers in order to expand my business. My artwork is highly decorative, using vibrant colours and textures, with occasional use of brushed steel tubes, perspex tubes or metallic inclusions. Most of my acrylic paintings are abstract and inspiring, some are serene and semi-figurative, inspired by water or plants. My latest Cuban Series has been integrated in an Interior Design project for Wimbledon Season. My artwork may appeal to Hotels, Boutique Hotels and Hospitality spaces,Restaurants and Cafes Interior Designers. I am at present working on a Volcanic Series, using black canvases, the “Lustre Series” inspired by Japanese screens, and the Galactic Series.
Sandra holds regular private viewings on demand, take up commissions and sells from her studio.