29cm x 38cm
Edition of 50
Anna has a Masters Degree in Printmaking, works mainly with the screenprinting process and is a regular at Spike Print Studio. The subjects of Anna’s prints are the landscapes she encounters while out walking: The Mendip Hills just South of Bristol, the South-West Cornish Coastal Path and the Nepalese mountains in the Himalaya. Anna’s donated print, the Kali Gandaki Gorge, was inspired by last year’s trek in the Annapurna Mountain range. She uses a combination of drawing, digital photography and objects directly exposed on the screen, to create the individual layers in her landscapes. Anna loves the drama of proofing a print, when suddenly everything comes together with the final layer of ink and the print starts to sing. This year Anna has exhibited and sold out at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and is also showing at the Woolwich Contemporary Print Fair. Her prints are available through selected galleries in Bristol, Bath and London and several other galleries in the South West.