Lorraine Simiana is a Sydney based artist with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in painting. Lorraine began as an abstract painter. Since 2016 Lorraine has began to experiment with different mediums and techniques and came across a process called cymatics, which is the art and science of visualising sound. Whilst useful for analysing complex sounds, it makes for complex and beautiful patterns. This work challenges the notion of how we see sound. The involvement of music to create this work made the work meaningful allowing her to express herself. Music has a way of timelining events in your life and making them personal to you. Lorraine has been a finalist in the Campbelltown Art Prize as well as performed live painting in "Plaza in Four Parts" a celebration of the Granny Smith Festival in Eastwood, an initiative of the City of Ryde . She was also a recipient of Artist in residence program at Blacktown Arts Centre in 2017 and again in 2018.