Anne Guest is a visual artist who makes cyanotypes that are inspired by the beauty, fragility and vulnerability of the natural world.
From: Birmingham, UK.
Anne Guest’s art is sometimes quirky, sometimes serious but always curious.
She looks at the natural world with awe and wonders and with an awareness of the increasing fragility and vulnerability it faces because of today’s environmental challenges.
Anne Guest has an MA in Fine Art and has been shortlisted for several prize exhibitions including the Jerwood Drawing Prize and the Ruskin Drawing Prize. She has been awarded Arts Council Funding and has been commissioned for public art projects.
She exhibits regularly in both solo and group shows and her work is held in both private and public collections.
Anne Guest lives and works near Birmingham, UK.
“I love that cyanotypes are created in partnership with nature, allowing chance and the weather to be a partner in the process.”
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