Sobrane is an internationally recognised Australian artist with exhibitions held in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, Italy, Broome and Tasmania. Sobrane completed her second exhibition in Hong Kong with Asia Contemporary Art Show as part of Hong Kong’s Art Month and held her first solo exhibition in Rome at the MatER Gallery which saw her gain press coverage as far reaching as the Iraq News. In January 2019 Sobrane held a 3-month exhibition in Sydney with studio overlooking Whalebeach.
Sobrane has now completed several large-scale murals, including a Silo in Tungamah VIC and a 24-metre wall at the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery in Tasmania.
Sobrane obtained a Diploma in Stage and Studio Design at the Academy of Performing Arts, Edith Cowan University, WA.
2019 Where the Wild Birds Are, Thienny Lee Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2019 The Kidogo Gallery, Fremantle WA, Australia.
2018 Gallery Sobrane, Avalon, Sydney, Australia.
2018 The Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, Tasmania, Australia.
2017 MatEr Gallery, Rome Italy.
2017 The Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery, Tasmania, Australia.
2017 Asia Contemporary Art Show, Hong Kong.
2016 Asia Contemporary Art Show, Hong Kong.
2014 Pinctada Resort, Broome WA, Australia.
2012 Ferngrove Winery for the Great Southern Art Trail WA, Australia.
2012 The Malcolm Douglas Crocodile Park, Broome WA, Australia.
2011 Vancouver Café, Albany WA, Australia.
2009 Gallery 500, Albany WA, Australia.
2009 The Distillery, Albany WA, Australia.
2009 Great Southern Art Trail, Denmark WA, Australia.
2009 Mooved Gallery, Denmark WA, Australia.
2014 Kidogo Art Gallery, Fremantle WA, Australia.
2014 Pahang Art Museum, Kuantan Malaysia.
2014 7 Adam Gallery, Singapore.
2013 Broome Civic Centre, Broome WA, Australia.
2011 Photography Exhibition at Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne and TAP Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2011 Many group exhibitions at TAP Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2010 Group exhibition at 69 Smith Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
2010 Fremantle Festival Artist and Exhibitor, Henry Moore’s Building, Fremantle WA., Australia.
2010 Selected for Rob McNamara exhibition, Melbourne, Australia.
1985/86 Awarded Consecutive West Australian Art Awards, artwork exhibited in The Art Gallery of Western Australia.
Corporate and private collections in Australia and overseas. Including Changi Airport, Singapore.