The Sounds that Paintings Make

Sandra Beccarelli

13 -31 May 2020

A solo show of experimental and expressive abstract paintings by Sandra Beccarelli, together with new soundscapes by composer Daniel Birch.

Sandra Beccarelli is a London-based abstract painter whose works have been selected and hung at The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, ING Discerning Eye and The Griffin Art Prize. She studied at Wimbledon School of Art, Foundation (1987-1988), Bristol Polytechnic Fine Art B.A (1988-1991), Accademia Belle Arte, Ravenna (1990). Since gaining her Postgraduate Diploma in Painting from City and Guilds of London Art School in 2010, Sandra has worked rigorously, participating in many group shows; “White Noise” at The Crypt, St Pancras, 2017, “Mapping the Human Brain”, The Old Biscuit Factory, Bermondsey, 2018, “Three 100”, No Format Gallery, Deptford, 2017 and “Playing with Rules”, The Broad Gallery, Angel, 2015.  She was invited to exhibit at the first contemporary art show, “From Surface to Structure” at Jean Luc Baroni in Mason’s Yard, St James’. Known for specializing in Italian master paintings, curators, Flavio Gianassi and Novella Baroni challenged old conceptions with drawing and sculpture by 6 contemporary artists.

Sandra was Artist in Residence at Orleans House Gallery in Twickenham, December 2015 – April 2016, with a solo show “Beyond the Surface of Seeing” in the Stables Gallery at the same time.