To completely relax in order to let my work 'happen' is a treat that I never take for granted. I feel I need to be reasonably organised and in control of things in the rest of my life so time to let go - to make work - is essential.


I'm convinced that too much choice is not good for us. 

I have begun to realise that, more and more, in order to cope with this mad busy visual world, I edit out - simplify it into flat shapes - negative and positive, sitting alongside each other, which I find quite interesting.


I am lucky enough to have studied under Andy GoldsworthyAndrew Bick, Elizabeth Wright and Roger Ackling, among others, on Foundation, BA and MA, who each offered different ways of approaching things

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Annie lives and works near Norwich UK


For me, making artwork is as much about enjoying the process of making as it is about the outcome.

It is also about response: responding to the simplest of triggers.

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please also see exhibitions page for a bit more CV

qualifications

2007 MA Fine Art, Norwich School of Art & Design

1992 PGCE Art & Design; Distinction in Theory of Education

1987 BA in Fine Art (2:1); Commendation in General Theory


commissions and freelance design work

2016 Construct for private collector, Spain

2015 Graphic Scores for Natural Causes, Norwich

2014 Exhibition invitation design, art consultant, Norwich

2014 Graphic Design jobs, various private clients 

2013 Marketing materials design, Norwich entrepreneur

2012 Magazine cover illustration for South Side Guide, Norfolk

2010-13 Textile Design, represented by Vanessa Calver

1993 Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, London

1990 Beauchamp Tower, Tower of London

1988-96 Textile Design, represented by Indesign; clients included Macy’s, New York

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