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MEDIUM Landscape - Edition of #25 UNFRAMED - 36” x 24”
LARGE Landscape - Edition of #12 UNFRAMED - 51” x 34”


SUPERNATURAL 2 - LARGE (Limited edition of 12) Photograph

Anna Church


Photography, Color on Paper

Size: 51 W x 34 H x 0.1 D in

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Printed on - Hahnemuhle Agave, Environmentally friendly FineArt inkjet paper. All available sizes: - LARGE Landscape - 51” x 34” (Edition of #12) - MEDIUM Landscape - 36” x 24” (Edition of #25) In my latest series, Supernatural, mushrooms were both muse and metaphor. Their sculptural beauty wasn’t the only thing to capture my interest: these otherworldly organisms have many layers beneath their surface. As I continue to explore the relationship between three-dimensional sculpture and two-dimensional photography, both the beauty and fragility of the mushrooms I worked with emphasized some greater truths and created some big questions about our collective future and the role we play to preserve it. As the world has pivoted to country-centric and self-interested values, the symbiotic, connected efforts of fungal networks represent an example of both the mission and method to embrace: the necessity to course-correct and intervene to ensure the health of the natural systems we rely on. Can we apply a more intimate narrative to how we can connect and be more aware of how our social contributions can be opened to ecology & its profound wisdom? Can we re-define our society’s conditioned value systems and become more symbiotically connected rather than blindsided by the convenience of disconnection and extraction that harms rather than heals? If Fungi can make and unmake worlds - can we do the same? Can we unmake what we have done and create new networks of survival? Alongside the value of their message is the beauty in these natural abstract forms. For this series, I have manipu- lated the undulating fungi in their most floral forms into new compositions, create an exploration of beauty while emphasizing the critical example mushrooms provide to those of us who gaze upon the natural world.

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Photography:Color on Paper

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:12

Size:51 W x 34 H x 0.1 D in

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Anna's artistic practice blends an alchemy of materials and mediums, employing painting, arranging, and sculpting to convey her chosen thesis. Her photographic works flirt with a painterly realism, leaving viewers inquisitive about whether they are witnessing a painting or a photograph. This dynamic interplay captivates observers, encouraging them to linger and provoke closer inspection. Utilizing the photographic medium, Anna captures the expressions of her tactile, three-dimensional creations and assemblages to a two dimensional viewing platform. Distilling her art into magnified photographic forms, yielding limited-edition fine art prints. "Experimenting with diverse materials allows me to convey the thesis I wish to explore. It enables me to develop new concepts without confining my ideas to a singular style. I enjoy creatively challenging myself and pushing boundaries with each new collection, and using materials beyond their original intended purpose. Through my experimentation process of painting, arranging, sculpting, failing and failing better approach I reach a desired outcome”. Having a physical connection to the materials is crucial for Anna. She values the tactile experience of sculpting, finding that it offers resistance and presents obstacles that help foster her creativity within the limitations and handling her chosen materials. "Everything I create is impermanent, much like a photograph captures a moment in time. I relish the building and witnessing the work unfold into something other during my process. Nothing is meticulously planned in advance; I begin, and my work reflects the ever-changing reality of my immediate materials, environment and thoughts. I deliberately allow structures to almost unconsciously form, merge, and compose themselves into their eventual becoming." She finds inspiration in creating artworks that offer immediate visual enjoyment but also deepen in meaning upon ongoing introspection. Her pieces possess a surrealist approach, and maintain an ease that makes them adaptable for various decor styles and environments. "It's gratifying to know that my artwork resides in and is cherished in beautiful homes, public spaces and hotels worldwide. In an age of sensory inundation, the visuals that surround you should bring joy, create fulfilling vistas in your environment, materialize aesthetic self-expression, and nurture your visual well-being.

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