Progressively added to, our Studio Members Gallery reflects selections by ongoing students from: Studio Adults, Expressive Soul Adults and Studio Teens. 


Driven by personal projects, learning exercises and group instruction - these students have a great understanding of art making focuses and driving principles. Changing personal landscapes and ranging approaches exist, with more work to be promoted and shared soon.


At Sienna Art Space we honour all students by requesting consent to showcase their work, with full credit to the artist. Art reflects work created in class.

All work is subject to Copyright.



Drawing & Painting Studio Adults  ( Currently Under Construction )


Bill explores his love of British country & urban landscapes, Australian nature, wildlife and Bob Dylan through a series of drawing, watercolour and acrylic / oil paintings. Realism and semi abstraction with personal photography are shaped in personal practice. 


There is a lovely self -  portrait inclusion here, with Oil studies currently in development. Bill currently works from a space of both invented landscapes, his own reditions of places travelled  and finding compliment in abstract and natural impressions of the landscape.

Sandra's technical focuses and understanding of form through drawing, watercolour and acrylic-oil painting are navigated by her interest in developing illustration in colour and the rendering of animals, landscapes, still lifes and portraits. 


Sandra builds impressions with a nuanced representation beyond photo imagery.

Kelly brings with her an interest in textural and intuitive/experimental surfaces, as well as digital graphics background. These are some works in development, showcasing Kelly's interest in waterscapes, semi-abstraction and animal features.

Studio Teens ( Currently Under Construction )






Students with new introductions to practice, develop their work forward in drawing projects, through charcoal, 'working-drawing' leading into water-based oil painting studies integrating still life observation, imagined components and semi-abstract motifs/formal patterns. Portrait development as quick and sustained studies have come out of anatomical study and cast drawing exercises.

Well done Tiffany, Mia, Maddison, Aaron, Jake, with other student's work to be added shortly.