PRINTMAKER, PHOTOGRAPHER, CINEPHILE
Anne (b. SF, 1986) is an abstract painter, printmaker and photographer based in San Francisco’s mission district. Anne’s work across mediums is rooted in abstract expressionist traditions and her current work in oil painting and cyanotype is heavily influenced by her background in printmaking, which inspires attention to layering and a subtractive connection to painting.
Anne investigates movement, evanescence, and resilience in her process, both as a painter and photographer. For Anne, creating art is a revolt, a kind of rebellion against the transitory nature of life. Her work pushes the boundaries of and blurs the lines between artistic mediums. Some of her most prominent influences include expressionists Robert Rauschenburg and Lee Krasner.
Anne exhibits her art in a variety of galleries, design studios, and showrooms in San Francisco. Some recent venues include: Gamble + Design, Gallery 60SIX, and Kneedler Fauchere. Anne’s work in printmaking and photography has been published on CD packages by the internationally recognized jazz and world music label, Adventure Music, New York.
Anne Outside of the Studio: "I love to taking long hikes near the coast with my camera in hand. I always find a sense of calm and inspiration near the ocean and surrounded by trees and nature.
I also enjoy attending film festivals in San Francisco. My favorites are the International film festival and the Film Noir festival. I love older films and experimental oddities!"