'Forest Horse' by Anna Glynn has been selected as a finalist in the Gold Coast Art Prize 2014.
This poetic work relies on the natural materials - a sweep of a traditional brush laden with Chinese ink - precise but also random at the same time - water and ink – control and flow - duality of materials.
"The exhibition is a showcase for excellent contemporary art practice from across Australia and the selected artworks represent many of the key trends in contemporary art."
Gold Coast City Gallery
6 December 2014 - 8 February 2015
'Marriage in Red' by Anna Glynn has been selected as a finalist in this major Australian national contemporary painting prize. The work fuses Chinese traditional ink painting techniques with a Western aesthetic - playing with the intersection and interpretation of cultures and ideas.
Australian Arts in Asia Awards' finalist Hidden Worlds
Anna Glynn was selected as a finalist in the inaugural 'Australian Arts in Asia Awards' in two categories Visual Arts and Individual,
for her Hidden Worlds Exhibition in Beijing,
In Promiscuous Provenance I am referencing the early archival historical works of the first white artists to arrive in Australia, as they try to capture and interpret their alien surroundings. This series explores our Australian identity, encouraging a re-examining of our relationship with our colonial past.
‘Above and Below’ is a visually poetic video work by Australian artist Anna Glynn, filmed at Long Key in the Dry Tortugas National Park USA whilst Artist in Residence 'off grid’ on the remote island of Loggerhead Key.
‘Above and Below’ references the parallel between forms in nature above and below the water.