"Japanese aesthetics and nature are central to Andrea Sullivan's practice. Sullivan's glowing paper assemblages are inspired by the energy, texture and beauty of the natural world. Sullivan works with watercolour and delicate handmade paper with themes of fragility and lightness in mind and enjoys the unpredictable, organic nature of her process. The layered leaves of paper become luminous when saturated with pigment, and vary from contemplative pastel works to mesmerizing pleats of colour".
Andrea Sullivan, Bach Fine Arts, has lived in Fontainebleau, London, Toronto and New York and is now settled in Sydney with her two sons. Her energetic, vibrant works are assembled testaments to her travels and their time laboured intensity and beauty are a myriad of these experiences.
The works are held in private collections the world over and she has shown in NYC and Australia.