Annie combines an intuitive love of design, colour, texture and abstract forms to encapsulate the elements of beauty found in everyday life, creating dreamy contemporary artworks using acrylic and mixed media on canvas and linen.
Her work is richly layered with references to the world of textiles, fashion, adornment, interiors, architecture, clashing cultures, flowers and natural elements. Passionately exploring technique, composition and colour, she brings a youthful and unreserved signature style to each new work..
Strictly sold as a limited edition run of 25 prints.
Printed to museum grade quality using archival inks on gallery fine art Moab Entrada 290gsm paper. The artwork area is 90cm x 90cm and is printed with a 4.2 inch border for framing. The final print size is 112cm x 112cm.
You may choose to purchase your print unframed or have it Framed by us with love - using all archival materials.
All framed works are mounted and framed in Australian quality timber moulding and set within a high quality clear acrylic glass facing. Frame measures 3cm wide x 4.5cm deep.
Framed pieces are shipped Australia-wide. For all international orders, please email us for a quote.
Paper Size: 112x112cm - Framed Size: 115x115cm
DELIVERY TIME-FRAME: Please allow approximately 2-4 weeks for delivery as all artists products are 'made-to-order.'
Annie Everingham is an Australian visual artist and creative freelancer. An
intuitive and colour driven creative, she combines a love of textile design,
fashion, interiors and art to encapsulate the elements of beauty found in everyday life across a range of creative platforms.
While a keen illustrator and painter since childhood, Annie was formally trained in
design, with no plans to pursue her art practice professionally. But while completing her graduate year of a fashion & textile design degree through the prestigious UTS Fashion program in Sydney, and yet to demonstrate a sound ability to thread a bobbin properly, Annie discovered the art of
creating abstract textures and prints on fabric and left sewing tailored pants to the
experts. She found her groove by stripping back the garment design process and
shifting her focus to creating abstract patterns, textures and artworks through
hand painting, dyeing and digital printing onto silks, and her practice has continued to evolve ever since.
Annie is now a full time creative and operates a small studio based art business
in the coastal city of Newcastle, Australia.