Using organic shapes, Anne Grandin tries to show the relationship of all life forms to another as nature’s rhythms and movements are never still, always changing. Influenced by the Cycle of Life found in Native American culture, she hopes her work will have a spiritual element and that anyone looking at her paintings will be transported to another level-to feel the piece and have an emotional response to it. Anne uses a palette of earth tones and muted blues, that sometimes explode into vibrant reds and yellows for a distant sunset. She works in oil or acrylic paint on canvas, panel or constructed forms. Anne has a Bachelor of Science in Art Education from the Moore College of Art and a Master of Fine Arts in Arts Education from Boston University.
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