Sabrina Charran is a visual artist and educator from Trinidad and Tobago. She received her BA in Visual Arts at the University of the West Indies (St. Augustine) graduating in 2006 with First Class Honours.
She has participated in several group shows including Galvanize “Visibly Absent”, (2006), The Bottom Line (2006), and Erotic Art (2009). Her work ranges from figure drawing, street art (both stencil and wheat paste) and painting. Sabrina currently teaches Art and Design at Queen’s Royal College.
Some of Sabrina’s Artwork from her recent exhibit entitled “LOVEHATE“, include:
LOVEHATE is an exhibition of paintings with a perspective born out of a personal journey.
Charran states, “The work speaks of inertia induced by love and hate as seen through the eyes of a victim of this symbiotic union.”
Stuck, I was left questioning Einstein’s definition of insanity (doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results), I’ve constructed this narrative; paintings with repetitive compositions but with manipulated colours to form these intimate illustrations of figures inspired by real and imagined relationships, all hinged upon a common dichotomy…LOVEHATE
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