I DON’T LIKE BORING BEIGE!

But I do love colour! Even more I love putting colours together to see how they play with each other.
Every piece of work I make is a journey into what different colours do to each other. It is the most
magical way to live and I get to live it every day. I was a part of an interview in 2019 linked in footer.

Working in mainly abstract but
with a big focus on colour,
artwork's are produced as paintings on paper, canvas and board in a variety of sizes using mixed media.

The journals are mainly made using leather Vegan versions are made to order using faux leather or cloth.All linings are original artworks by the artist. Commisions welcome.

A variety of more realistic subject are considered in printmaking. Colour is still a main focus, but here subjects tend to be more about nature, fish, flowers, seeds, grasses, birds, and sea creatures, In printmaking different methods and techniques as well as types of printmaking are employed depending on subject and require outcome e.g, lino printing, screen printing or collagraphs.

RECENT BLOGS

What is your name or the name you go by for your art? My name is Anne Armes. Where do you live? I live in Newport, Shropshire, a rural market town, with my husband and my black Labrador, Tilly. What’s your background? I’ve worked as a pharmacist all my life to support the family as…

I love taking classes in disciplines that I don’t normally work in and just recently I went on a course to learn about silver clay. The one-day course was held at the Ardington School of Crafts in Oxfordshire (www.ardingtonschool.com), which is owned by the incredibly talented Simon Sonsino, who I…