An individual with a wide range of interests, she was initially destined to work in business. She earned a degree in Finance and Banking, but did not stop there. She further received a diploma in textiles, focusing on colors and textures. Soon, her fascination with photography prevailed. She travelled extensively in Canada, taking photos of the natural wonders. She travelled around Europe where she visited the main galleries of France, England, Holland, Italy, Scandinavia and Poland. In the process she developed a fondness for post – impressionist and early modernist styles. She found the art of painting liberating and fulfilling.
Being a very private person, Anna started painting away from the scrutiny of the public. Primarily self-taught, after a period of experimentation, she chose acrylic on TerraSkin and Yupo paper, currently adding canvas to her portfolio.
Anna has a penchant for colors and textures. She is always searching for new contexts and new technical solutions. There is a sense of “fluidity” and “magnetism” in her art. Her work is full of intensity and fantasy, and it often reflects the blurry nature of reality. At times abstract, sometimes metaphorical, at other times formalist – her work displays a deep respect for the medium.