Sorrel graduated in 1994 from University of Ulster with a BA(hons) in Fine Craft Design. She is the Past President of Ulster Society of Women Artists. She has won 3 awards for her work, has had several solo exhibitions, sells her art on her website and in local galleries, fulfills commissions and teaches drawing and painting skills to adults through art groups and short courses.
Sorrel’s passion in painting is to capture the effects of light and shadows. Textures and effects of oil paint are a delight to her, created using palette knives. They leave a history of the life of the painting’s construction behind them, so one feels more clearly the workings and thoughts of the artist – especially viewing the work close-up -then when stepping away, the painting shows its representational intention. Sorrel explores effects of colour to convey emotions. She also creates in pastels - the saturation of colours show many interchangeable qualities with oil paints for her. www.sorrelwillsart.com
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