We were interested in creating artwork which was responsive to the sites, with landscape and nature as key elements, directing our research to paths both micro and macro.
Exploring the boundaries where art and science meet. In an interdisciplinary collaboration, Glynn and Dalmazzo will focus on collecting audio, photographs and video in the inspirational environment at Loggerhead Key.
Multimedia artist Anna Glynn and biologist Peter Dalmazzo teamed up in 2015 at the Sitka Center for Art & Ecology in Oregon, USA.
A project initiated by Australian artist Anna Glynn which incorporates international community participation, language, visual art, video and sound.
Multimedia artist Anna Glynn and biologist Peter Dalmazzo teamed up for this interdisciplinary project exploring and recording the sounds of the Okanagan landscape.
My works are hybrid in concept, creation and execution, fusing Eastern traditional materials and techniques with a Western aesthetic.
Anna Glynn was recently a finalist in the Australian Arts in Asia Awards – an award that recognises, celebrates and promotes Australian artists engaging in Asia and working towards stronger, deeper and broader cultural links within the Asian region.
A site specific installation... ambient sounds, voices and music rise from a dusty ledge beneath the floorboards.
Anna Glynn’s horses gallop, glide and prance about the Surry Hills Library. The horse features strongly in her work: the power, the graceful arch of the neck, the idea of a horse taking us on a journey to strange new places.
Wonderment – an exhibition by Lingnan University’s Visual Studies Department Artist-in-Residence Anna Glynn
The Australian Arts in Asia Awards recognises, celebrates and promotes the significant number of Australian artists engaging in Asia that contribute to stronger, deeper and broader cultural links within the Asian region.
In the magical Hidden Worlds exhibition, Australian artist Anna Glynn creates enchanting, dreamlike works, fusing Chinese traditional ink painting techniques with a Western aesthetic to create a new contemporary style.
"A series based on tales collected from the region where I live on the east coast of Australia.
Two artists & two worlds merge in an international collaboration exploring a strange synchronicity, paintings, collaborative drawings & evocative digital video artwork, Anna Glynn from Australia & Wu GuoWei from China
Contemporary Australian artist Anna Glynn works in a variety of media and this evocative short film features her original artwork, musical composition and animation. The soundtrack was a finalist in the Australian Songwriting Awards in 2006.
Anna Glynn was excited and honoured to represent Australia in an international exhibition with an environmental theme at the prestigious Zhu Qizhan Art Museum.
Finalist in the 2013 Nillumbik Prize. This artwork is created using rubbings of early Australian pennies on delicate Chinese shu xuan paper.
This multi media project is comprised of many exciting aspects: paintings, writing, music and performance.
Evocative and poetic Australian contemporary art for investors and collectors was on show at the Shanghai Art Fair 2007.
Evocative and poetic Australian contemporary art for investors and collectors was on show by Anna Glynn at the Guangzhou International Art Fair.