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Anna Perlin

Anna Perlin grew up in a small hamlet in the heart of rural Oxfordshire, giving her a love of the countryside and British landscape which inspires much of her work, alongside her garden and the gardens she visits.

Her work has been exhibited widely including at the Mall Galleries, and following on from reaching the semi-finals of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2016, Anna won Artists and Illustrators Artist of the Year 2017.

She creates her distinctive work from her studio in Hertfordshire where she lives with her husband and two children.

“Having rolling fields, woodland and the changing colours and seasons on my doorstep is a huge inspiration for me. The British landscape is endlessly beautiful and much of my work develops from something catching my eye when out walking – the shapes and colour combinations of branches and leaves, or hedges and fields.

“Texture has always been an important part of my work and after initially using oil paints impasto I started exploring collage. I now work with a mix of media that incorporates paint, oil pastel, charcoal. This approach takes every painting in a different direction.

“My textile background, and mum’s love of quilt-making, led me to use material as part of the collage in my work which creates wonderful strong textural and colour effects as it soaks up and reflects light in a unique way. The quiet areas of my paintings are just as important though, pulling your focus on to the subject that originally captivated me.”

Spring exhibition

2024  - White Space Art