Oil on Canvas
36" x 48" x 2" unframed
Anne investigates movement, evanescence, and resilience in her in her current painting practice. Embracing the vein of expressionism born in the 1940s and 50s where creating art is a vigorous physical and gestural manifestation of profound emotion, her work embodies freedom and abandon in it’s process, leaving much room for experimentation. Consistently pushing the boundaries of and blurring the lines between artistic mediums, she asks the viewer to suspend the need to label and compartmentalize the image and the process of creating. Some of her most prominent influences include expressionists Robert Rauschenburg and Lee Krasner.