Annette is an artist who paints from the imagination fired up by the symbolism and imagery generated by conversations, dreams, memories and day to day interactions with the world. Annette is based in Rushcutters Bay, Sydney and the beautiful NSW South Coast. Annette draws inspiration from urban life, music, nature, rambling in the bush, myth and legend, and world history.
Annette is particularly inspired by the intricacy and complexity of colour, pattern, line and form in art and music and the synergies between these two powerful forms of expression. Key influences are Gustav Klimt and the Austrian Secessionist movement and history’s great and enduring characters, particularly women.
Annette’s work is represented in a number of private collections in Australia.
Annette studies at the Julian Ashton Art School, George St, The Rocks, Sydney.