Saabira Razac
I am a formally trained Painter and Digital Media Artist interested in the Human Form.

Biography

Saabira Razac Artworks is formally trained in Fine Art Studio Practises. Saabira attended The University of Waterloo, Canada where she acquired an Honors Bachelors of Fine Arts. I then migrated to Australia 3 years ago with the hopes of acquiring a stance in the Art Community.

I am very intrigued by the Human Form and the beauty of the female figure. I work mainly as a Digital Artist but also produce oil on wood panel paintings and prints on Canvas. My figures are highly representational but are grounded in graphic and abstracted techniques. I use flat, planar colours and bold contour-like lines to wrap the my figures in colour whilst producing spacial depth with flat shapes and planes. I am very interested in colour and the mood it can bring to a work of art. I love choosing colour palettes that are not so conventional but reminisces a mood, a sensation or even a memory.

I teach art classes in Grovedale where we focus on good fine art techniques. We work with an array of surfaces and media and learn a lot about the history of art as well as the unique practices of different artists and how they accomplish different methods of art-making.

I also do commission work. I will work with the client to create something unique to their needs and budget. If interested in a consultation please contact me.

I hope you like my work because I enjoy making them.

Member of Organisations

I am a member of the Geelong Illustrators. I am a resident artists of the Annual Surf Coast Shire Artist Trail and an active artist at the Powerhouse Museum of Street Art, North Geelong.
I teach Art Classes both privately as well as with Art shops around Geelong.

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Location

3/141 Grove Road, Grovedale, Victoria, Australia

Saabira Razac

3/141 Grove Road, Grovedale, Victoria, Australia

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