Self-taught artist, activist, curator and author, Gabrielle Senza studied art through osmosis – trekking through museums, schools and galleries in the US and Europe.
Senza’s paintings, sculpture, installation and multi-media work address social and environmental issues facing our world today. She has exhibited in solo and traveling group shows throughout the United States and abroad. She is the founder of Red Collaborative, a national grassroots arts organization devoted to empowering a wide range of marginalized individuals who have survived physical, sexual, and emotional abuse through participatory public art projects and creative initiatives on tough issues.
Gabrielle Senza divides her time between the US and Europe.