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Digital images from Smith Street shops.

I took these photos and then photoshopped them into these fun images.  Mai was shopping for fruit so she has the whole shop and more on her shoulders now.  Doug was at the pub and got a little clumsy.  Just a little bit of fun playing with scale and of course photoshop and some drawing.  They are around A5 size ink jet prints limited edition (only 5).   I have a few more Smith Street shopps being carted around by people.

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Beautiful Canberra where you can still see the sky from the ground.

No super high rise buildings here. I loved the chunky low rise buildings. Very 60’s.

Beautiful Canberra where you can still see the sky from the ground.

No super high rise buildings here. I loved the chunky low rise buildings. Very 60’s.

Late night collage nonsense in sepia.

This is one of 5 or 6 in a series I made from just two books.  They were actually black and white but I changed them to sepia digitally.

 

Just having a bit of fun with the cliche scale of people and objects.  I never tire of the absurdity of unexpected scale.

More of these on instagram annewarrenart.

These are not in Canberra but I will be in Tuggeranong early in October.  Please come along and see my exhibition.  Come and say hello at the Opening night  Thursday 4th October at 6pm.  black and white 5 bridge

Favourite colour is all kinds of yellow.

This is a small painting of around 25 x 25cm using acrylic on board.  This is one of a series of four still-life works.  They are all framed in blondewood box frames.  I will post some of the others later.  Loved making them and using super vibrant colours.  I have used a limited palette as I always do however I will always introduce alizarin crimson for apples.  So only four colours plus white.  I think you can call that pretty limited.

square apple and banannas

Building Heads now Giclee edition.

This was a result of a late night fiddle with scissors, books and blue tack.  I made several images with these heads, especially the large one on the left.  On instagram (annewarrenart) I was asked by a follower for a Giclee print of the image so I made one and the rest is history.  Now these are very small prints on Arches Watercolour paper 300gsm in sepia.  Only 10 in the edition.  I will have them available at the November open studios event.  Let me know if you would like more information.

You can see all 5 (I think) in black and white on instagram.

Hope you like them.black and white 1 heads.jpg

Canberra Art Exhibition and Art Workshop coming soon.

It’s almost here.  Thursday 4th of October at 6pm if you are anywhere near Tuggeranong in Canberra please come by, say hello, have a glass of wine and you will see what I have been working on for my exhibition Mergence.

If you have an interest in mixed media or collage you will see I have a workshop on Saturday 6th October for beginners and or experienced artists using the collage methods and techniques that I use.

Mergence gallery invite2M Ambition

Peachy, orangy colours but it’s a persimmon.

A small painting on board done using acrylics.  The fruit is off my tree that refuses to grow taller.  Many years ago I took a photo of myself in front of the newly planted tree hoping it would get taller but alas it is still the same size.  I get only about six pieces of fruit from it.  The best thing is it is a pretty tree and the fruit is delicious.warrenanne_stilllife.jpg

Making an abstract assemblage from old work.

I painted a few small abstract artworks but kept remembering pieces of art sitting in folios.  I started using resources that I have looked at and passed over so many times and finally they have been the perfect resources for a series of four artworks.  Some works are 3D, some have ink, acrylic and or gouache paint.  See more at my website http://www.annewarrenart.com or instagram annewarrenart.abss

Surreal 3D collage assemblage.

The newest series of works I have been making are assemblages or collages of found images of things that I love. The selected images merge with other things that I love which then become brand new surreal works in a new context. This is a work in progress, almost finished. I hope you can see the love and or tenderness between the two people as that is what made me want to put them both on a pedestal with an ecclesiastical framing behind them. The horse, bones and wood are references to their past and a link with the earth.

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