A free artist and a busy spirit that can be contacted: email@example.com
Author: Anna Moxx
Anna Moxx, a multinational (primarily Canadian:) artist who lives and works in Germany and Italy, prints her pictures on recycled foam and recycled plastic as part of her effort to make the world around us a better place. She is concerned with ecological issues and is planning to make her pictures completely biodegradable.
Anna is an emerging artist but she has already had several personal exhibitions.
Anna draws in ink and gel, but her pictures undergo some postproduction and that is why should be considered as mixed media.The prints are available on Forex (5 mm plastofoam) and don’t need a frame. The prints are very high quality, very light but stable, thus easily transportable.
See an example below. “Thistles” ready for shipment.
You can click on the picture to see the details. You can contact Anna at : anna.moxx (at) gmx.de
I have to travel by subway every day and every day I draw there. That is when a manage to secure a seat. Once I saw him. “By Jove, I said. (well, actually smth less printable). And no, I didn’t draw him immediately as I don’t draw nudes on my way to work. But in the evening I made a first sketch that you can find on https://www.instagram.com/annamoxxart/
The original is mostly green and orange (Minich subway colours). But here in sepia:
The exhibition happened so unexpectedly that I didn’t have the time to draw the face of the Yellow Adonis in the Shower properly. Today I managed it. He is behind the shower curtain of course:) And by the by you can contact me at anna.moxx ( at) gmx.de or you could follow me on Instagram https://www.instagram.com/annamoxxart/
Her name is Appennina. I met her on one of my hiking trips in the Apennines. She was coming downhill with a busket of wild cherries that she had picked before sunset. The sun was setting down behind her, the rays of the sun played in her hair making hundreds of tiny rainbows and blended the mountains, the hair and the colour of the cherries in one image. In the evening I drew her.
The exhibition ended today. It was an emotional success and organisational distress:) The pictures didn’t have titles, so visitors had to guess. For you I’m naming them in order of display from left to right:
My part of the exhibition “Consistent pattern” is called “All things Italian” as it was created after my long stay in Italy. Here are some pictures that didn’t make it to the gallery. I like them though:)