Anne’s process combines painting, drawing and collage. She blends thick layers of paint, thin glazes, scraping, and sanding with the monoprints she creates for collage. Her process is like a fluid conversation of listening and responding, an improvisation of active mark marking and quiet observation.

Anne’s work is imbued with a visceral sensibility. She’s inspired by the shifting cycles of daylight into night, the ebb and flow of the seasons, and the parade of shape, colour and texture that herald the presence of nature’s fluctuating rhythms. Her paintings are often playful, gentle and uplifting with their bold colour, lyrical shapes and graphic elements.

Anne received her BFA from Concordia University in Montreal. Her work was chosen for an Art2Life 2018 juried show by the Seager/Gray Gallery in San Francisco.

Anne lives, works and creates in Toronto.