I think you’ll agree that we no longer live in a world where “standard” anything is the norm. The spaces we occupy are often new, contemporary and custom built to architectural specification. Wall widths and heights are no longer standard, nor are the furniture pieces we choose to buy; so why should art be? Enter progressive Visual Artist, Sonja Robar.
Sonja creates gorgeous abstract artworks in a variety of styles and colour palettes which are custom made to sizes, in a number of digitally printed formats. Her works are highly contemporary in design and fill a niche in the Australian art market.
“Digitally produced art has great scope in adaptability and flexibility in size and can be used across the board in interior design projects, which is why I love this medium so much. Clients have the choice of choosing either fabric, canvas, timber, metal or white panels, or glass as artwork bases. This type of art is an ideal wall decor choice for any residential/commercial space which commands large format artworks.”
Not only are Sonja’s works non-reflective and lightweight, they’re also moisture resistant and are considered hygienic because they don’t hold dust. Her works look fantastic in any room but are particularly perfect for kitchens, kid’s rooms, nurseries, long hallways, and of course, highly lit or sun drenched spaces.
Using the same production house as Lumas in Melbourne, Sonja is proud to guarantee the same high quality and style of work. Whilst there’s a dazzling array of artworks on her website, Sonja welcomes the invitation to produce commissioned works.