Self-confessed social butterfly and mother of three Lara Scolari is pinching herself – it’s a pretty good life, she says.
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From a young age, Lara Scolari fell in love with painting. Now after making an impression on the Central West with her vibrant artworks, she is off to leave her mark on Sydney after being awarded the opportunity to partake in the Ashfield Council Artist in Residence Program.
There is no question that art has the potential to make or break your interior styling. But because it’s such an investment piece, many people shy away from even looking into buying one for their abodes.
Art in your home can be the beautiful icing on the perfectly styled cake. It’s a great way to inject personality into the home, and let’s face it, bare walls can be rather boring.
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Emerging contemporary Australian artist Lara Scolari will brighten up the The Corner Store Gallery with a Back to the Bush exhibition, which will run until December 10.
Left Bank Gallery in Southport has brought us the collaboration of two fascinating female artists, Lara Scolari and Amica Whincop. This exhibition brings together two contemporary female artists with a lot in common but still with their own unique tastes, details and personal observations.
The idea that generosity leads to abundance is not a concept we all grew up with. But we didn’t all grow up with rich acrylics in plentiful supply and be encouraged to paint the town Red Oxide, Nickel Titanate Yellow or Phthalocyanine Blue.
When it comes to commissioning art, the rules of love apply: communication is key. And: know what you want. Whether you choose to go through a gallery, an art dealer or the artist themselves, it is useful to know what to expect when approaching someone to make work especially for you. Here are some tips to get you started.
It’s not hard to see that at the core of Lara Scolari’s art practice is the visualisation of energy. Her paintings are instantly recognisable for their radiant colours and smooth, swirling gestures, transcribing movement and energy through paint.