Amber Subaki

Amber Subaki

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  Artist: Amber Subaki
 Live in: Sydney, Inner West, Australia
 Artworks for sale: 10.00
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Amber Subaki Artist Bio:

Subaki begins her extraordinarily fine detailed drawings with an original “idea” and then lets her intuition guide her throughout the journey of the piece. Often taking months to complete, each meticulous drawing then reveals itself with numerous symbols uncovered within the drawing. Subaki’s works invite the viewer to interpret each drawing as to what is relevant to their own memories and feelings. With no right or wrong interpretation, the viewer will ultimately uncover the deeper meanings through correlations with their own lives. A practicing artist since the mid 1990’s, Subaki completed a Bachelor of Fine Art in 1997 at COFA and also works as a freelance illustrator, takes private commissions and is a traditional drawing tutor for adults and children. She has shown her drawings and prints at various festivals such as the Norman Lindsay Children’s Literary Festival and the MBS Festival. Many of Subaki’s works draw influence from Norman Lindsay’s nudes, showing fine pencil detail of female, male and babies’ bodies within lush landscapes illuminated by natural light. Since her last solo exhibition in 2005, Subaki has had two children who have breathed new life and energy into her art and has given her added inspiration as well as a desire to delve deeper into the meaning of life. “My children have given me the courage to go beyond what I knew about my art and it’s process,” says Subaki. “One favourite from this current body of work is a portrait titled “Shining Bright” of my daughter riding a massive Bengali tiger as they stride away from the ocean. It’s very symbolic of her innate strength.” Giclee prints can be bought from her Etsy store https://www.etsy.com/au/shop/AmberSubaki And her writings can be found in her blog howtomakemiracles.com