Esther Serrano is a Spanish artist based in London. She purchased her first camera shortly after the birth of her eldest daughter, in order to document her childhood as she grew up. Years later she began drawing and painting, and gradually these hobbies developed into a passion.
In 2010 she completed the two year City Lit Fine Art Course, and in 2011 David Cranswick introduced her to the traditional painting methods and materials of the European Old Masters.
Embarking late on an artistic career as a figurative artist, Esther is fascinated by people, light and shadow, reflections and textures. She enjoys working in a variety of mediums, her favourite being the one she is using at the time.
Her paintings and linocuts were exhibited at the Society of Women Artist at Mall Galleries, London in June 2014; and was shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition in 2013, and the Royal Portrait Society in 2016.
Recently, she has become a member of the Muswell Hill Photographic Society, and won the Mike McCArthy Photographic Award for Art in Nature 2016.
About her Images
CABARCENO NATURAL PARK, CANTABRIA, SPAIN
These wildlife images were taking in July 2016 and are available for sale. They are printed in a fine art paper with archival ink, editions of 100.
A2 size (594x420mm or 23.4 x 16.5 in) £200 (unframed)
If you are interested in purchasing, please contact the artist:
– email “firstname.lastname@example.org”
– mobile on 00 44 794 636 3002.
Her website is www.estherserranoart.com.