Sobrane Simocky artist and trail blazer. Brings her unique story alive; her vibrancy naturally carries through her art to public speaking. Having a successful owner operated gallery for many years Sobrane has branched out into Silo and Street Art... bringing out the painter, public speaker and persona that lets her connect with big and small audiences; both inspiring and relatable. Sobrane must paint and paint big, seemingly unburdened by pattern or design. Like breath to lungs. Effortless and essential. Sobrane is internationally recognised with exhibitions held in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Italy. She has completed walls in Soriano, Italy, Broome, Victoria, Western Australia and Tasmania.
Sobrane completed her second exhibition in Hong Kong with the Asia Contemporary Art Show as part of Hong Kong's Art Month and held her first solo exhibition in Rome at MaTer Gallery which saw her gain press coverage as far reaching as Iraq Daily News. In January 2019, Sobrane held a 3 month exhibition in Sydney with a studio setup overlooking Whale Beach. This was a very productive time leading into a trip to Africa and on to the Serengeti. She has completed residencies in Beijing and Malaysia and has regular exhibitions around Australia.
Gallery Sobrane now has 2 extensive galleries operating, showcasing Sobrane's unique works. One in Broome (Headquarters) and one in Tungamah (Information Centre). The galleries are run by a team of very talented staff and you will regularly see Sobrane working in the studios attached to each gallery. Her galleries are as unique as her artwork. Hand painted floors set the scene to showcase her beautiful art work.
Street artist without borders. Global installations and exhibits have brought the travelling creative force to the fore. Its not entirely movement; the country on the journey Inspires as it does delight her. Bringing the commitment of presence to every situation and person she meets, an excellent orator, not so much hearing her audience but feeling them . A kind of deep listening. Sympatico in her genius; leaving those she has spoken with, a feeling of being heard.