With an artistic mother who was a commercial artist Anni started creating art at an early age. Anni’s art is like looking into a bowl of licorice allsorts, rich in colour, with a whimiscal flavour and absolutely delicious. It is obvious she paints what she loves and although she uses some great artists to gain inspiration from the work she creates is uniquely her own. She has sold work throughout New Zealand and overseas. Some of Anni's artwork has been used for New Zealand giftware and greetings cards. Overseas magazines have featured her work.
Inspiration springs from countless things, words from a song, poem, overheard conversations, dreams or from the play of light, animals and people Anni meets. She has a little notebook and scribbles down all the interesting snippets to transform into art at some later date.
Anni uses Resene testpots in her artwork because of the wide range of colours. She especially loves Resene's metallic range which are ideal for her Klimt inspired paintings.
Visit Anni’s website www.annimorris.com.
A wide range of artists are using Resene paints in their work, on everything from interior paintings to tactile artworks and mural masterpieces.
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