Early Work


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Using a simple, ordered approach to interpret the vast expanses of sea, land, and mountains— earth’s striations under the sky’s canopy—Anna created a system of  stripes, curves, shapes, and grids in flat, acrylic colors as they appear in these abstract terraces, oceans, and ancient stone walls of Greece and Italy. Not only do these paintings include all that is visible to the eye, but also, they suggest the enormity of the cosmos.

Anna’s fascination with landscape eventually led to an opposite approach. Rather than simplifying the forms as in these works below, her artistic vision evolved from the macrocosm of the earth to a microcosm of nature’s tiniest detail built up with thousands of individual shapes of color to record an unprescedented level of realism.