Working primarily in acrylics, Sabrina's work expresses and celebrates her passion for color and life. Her diverse education and cultural background is evidenced in her work - a confluence of multiple streams of creativity and influence. She has studied art and design at the Edna Manley College in Jamaica, Northern Virginia Community College and George Washington University in Washington DC.
"As an artist I aim to produce work that reflects both personal and shared human experiences. I am motivated by a desire to explore the interactions of color, texture and movement, create those small unexpected moments and embrace the inherent unpredictability of the creative process.
For the past 20 years my art journey has been one characterized by experimentation and discovery, both in subject and technique. While the majority of my work is non-representational, I often find myself returning to capture of the human form in varying degrees of abstraction. I am intrigued by the way art lends itself to interpretation, and hearing what others see in my work has contributed to its ongoing evolution.
My hope is that the authenticity of this journey is evident in my work, and that through my art I can inspire, uplift and bring joy."
Sabrina's journey as an artist began in her childhood, where like many others she gravitated towards crayons and paint, anxious to express herself on any available surface. Her love for art grew and developed throughout high school, where she embraced extracurricular opportunities such as competitions and summer programs in the arts. In 1994 she completed GCE O Level training at the prestigious Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing Arts in Kingston, Jamaica.
She maintained her art practice while pursuing an undergraduate degree in Engineering, and after several years of experimentation and exploration, enrolled in Northern Virginia Community College to complete Fine Art coursework as a pre-requisite to graduate studies. An avid learner, she received training in painting, drawing, art history and design fundamentals, and was recognized with a Juror's Award at the Annual Student Exhibition. In 2009 she earned a Masters in Fine Arts from the George Washington University in Washington DC, with a major in Interior Design.
Working primarily in acrylics, Sabrina's work expresses and celebrates her passion for color and life. Her diverse education and cultural background is evidenced throughout her work, representing a confluence of multiple streams of creativity and influence.
She currently resides in Northern Virginia with her husband and three children.