Adriane Strampp, Teacher
Adriane Strampp is a Melbourne-based artist whose work challenges perceptions through her unique monochromatic palette, materials, and light. Strampp’s works search for a spatial connection, creating barriers between viewers and the relationship they have to their environment. As an artist who grew up as a nomadic child, Strampp is fascinated with creating a sense of place and connection. These themes run strongly like a thread through each of her paintings.
She has held over 30 solo exhibitions around Australia and internationally, as well as participating in numerous group shows and art awards regularly, and has a Master of Fine Arts (by Research) from Monash University. She has been teaching on a sessional basis for the last 15 years at diploma and degree levels, and is represented by King St Gallery in Sydney, Gallerysmith in Melbourne, Hill Smith Gallery in Adelaide and Jan Manton Art in Brisbane. Her complete CV can be read here.