Influenced by major artistic figures such as Brett Whiteley, Helen Frankenthaler, John Olsen, Hans Hoffman and Mark Rothko, Australian contemporary artist Lara Scolari has developed her own distinct approach to the ‘abstract expressionist’ style.
As a prolific gestural painter, Lara’s coveted artworks are produced in a style that is beautifully organic in form, line, colour and composition.
Using a variety of media, developing experimental techniques and processes, Lara creates depth through exquisite transparent layers which reveal hidden dioramas. Each of her eye-catching paintings feature a beautiful translucent veiled colour palette that reflects the natural landscape.
Featuring fluid shapes, her stunning works are inspired by memory, meditation, music and the culture and essence of Australia.
Lara’s work can be found in public and private collections throughout the USA, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Want to learn more about Lara Scolari?
Positive Vibrations and Excitations – The Art of Lara Scolari
Lara Scolari On Her Beautifully Organic Work
The Crazy Mind: Interview with abstract expressionist painter Lara Scolari
3D Gallery Exhibition
Vim Vitae: The Journey Within (8th May - 8th October, 2020)