Sabrina El Meskaoui ("Sena") was born in Paris (France). She is a talented young painter and sculptor. She studied fine arts at « l'École Régionale des Métiers de l'Animation » (ERMA), in Juvisy-sur-Orge. Most of her artwork are (semi-)abstract-expressionist productions.
Sena has always practized painting as a privileged language to express in a beautiful and universal way her Intuitions and inner feelings.
During the last 15 years, she has painted with different mediums but acrylic is her favourite one. Besides, she makes very fine and original black ink drawings on paper.
Sena's work has been exhibited in France, at the "Marché d'art contemporain de Bastille" (Contemporary Art Market at Place de la Bastille) in mai 2004 and at the "Portes ouvertes des Ateliers d'artistes de Belleville", art ateliers organized by The City of Paris in mai 2003.
"Painting is my favorite way to communicate my impressions and strengthen connection with life. I use a wide range of colors that melt together to form "pictures" of my perceptions.
I paint mostly with acrylic, because its plasticity fits very well to my expressif intentions. Although my paintings are free expression productions, I avoid using art as a mean of releasing egoistic and ephmeral emotions. I try instead to capture, materialize and share feelings in a universal way. I consider myself as a particular channel. I hope you will enjoy!"