Monica Sarandrea trained at La Porta Blu Art School in Rome, taking drawing and painting courses from master Alberto Parres. She deepens the study of chromatics, gradually moving towards informal and abstraction through a personal work on depth of field and sign. In 2008 he attended a course in engraving and from 2011 he began to devote himself to sculpture, preferring materials such as clay, plaster and marble. From 2011 to 2013 he participated in various stages of marble sculpture on the island of Thassos in Greece.
His artistic journey unfolds through an ongoing dialogue between literature, philosophy and art, particularly with Symbolist poetry and Eastern philosophical traditions. Her works are the result of an inner quest strongly linked to nature and its spiritual dimension. Water and earth are the feminine elements that fuel her artistic research. Since 2006 she has taken part in group exhibitions, festivals, contemporary art reviews in Italy and abroad. Her works are present in private collections in Italy, Europe and Japan. She lives and works in Rome.