Serena Sussex UK and international art seller passion for art developed more during the recession in the 80’s. She concentrated on her art in-between part time jobs, which led to exhibitions at the Barbican Library, London City Airport and regularly with the Ilford Art Group.
Moving from London to Brighton accelerated her art career after joining a creative large art community in Brighton. Living on the 9th floor of a tower block in Kemp Town I became known for having the highest exhibition in Brighton during the May Artists Open Houses Festival. The spectacular sea and roof top views have inspired me in my Brighton/urban painting, with the sea as a great backdrop.
Hiking around the local countryside of the South Downs is a great influence for landscape and nature oil paintings, her aim is to portray a sense of tranquillity and an air of mystery showing the wonders of nature and the environment.
This is a triptych - you are bidding on all three canvases as one lot.