Red House Farm
Annabel has adapted the screen print process to incorporate work on a large scale. Using print combinations of photo and paper stencil to layer depth, detail and colour onto surfaces of paper, canvas and cloth.
The context and structure of the work responds to development from drawings, mark making and colour, and a constant use of hybread print processes. Positive elements structures work that interacts together on the same plane to fuse both figurative and abstract aspects of composition.
There is a continuing connection to Suffolk gardens, fields and coasts.
Studied in London at St. Martins and Camberwell School of Art and University of London Institute of Education. After leaving London moved to Suffolk to set up a studio where she has successfully
worked on public and private commissions, developed educational links and been involved
with Arts Projects, artists groups and associations.
The Crossing Place Flatford.
2020 celebrates 50th Anniversary of the Stour Valley as an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Depicts the iconic landscape crossing between suffolk and Essex.
Huts on Walberswick Beach.
Turquoise Landscape Journey to the coast.
3D Assembalages printed structured forms.
Commissions – Public Buildings
Broomfield Hospital Arts projects I & II
Colchester Hospital Entrance Hall – Constable wing
Royal Holloway College – The Moore Building
English Heritage & National Trust
Royal Festival Hall – South Bank banner designs
Annual exhibitor in Aldeburgh since 1987 and continues to have strong connections with the Suffolk Coast.