Sascha Bravery is a multidisciplinary artist practicing in the Richmond Valley, living with chronic pain and illnesses.
Bravery is a graduate of Bachelor of Art and Design at Southern Cross University and has studied Fine Art as an undergraduate at College of Fine Arts UNSW and University of Newcastle, as well as completing a diploma of counselling.
Bravery’s work incorporates painting, textiles, printmaking and installation while enquiring into themes of culture, identity, psychology and the anthropocene. Bravery has exhibited in multiple group and solo shows in Australia and New Zealand.
Bravery’s work is gestural, intuitive and process driven, often exploring materiality, the physical and psychological experiences associated with the practice of art making. Bravery often finds her work as a vehicle for instinctively rationalising complex emotional landscapes through employing automatic and expressive processes. Bravery also incorporates and invites nature into her work as a collaborator and co-creator- utilising the elements to construct imagery in order to explore the human relationship to the natural world.