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'THE BRUSHSTROKES THROUGH TIME': CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF ANFA

 

ANFA is proud to present 'The Brushstrokes Through Time' an exhibition that celebrates 10 years of Anne Neilson Fine Art and the artists that adorn our walls.

 

"As our gallery celebrates its 10th anniversary, I am overwhelmed with gratitude for the journey over these past 10 years. It is an incredible honor to have the opportunity to use fine art as a powerful tool to give back to our community and beyond.

 

Over the years, we have witnessed the transformative impact that art can have on individuals and society as a whole. Through our incredible ANFA team, our talented artists, our creative exhibitions, and our partnerships with organizations, we will continue to seek to enrich the lives of those around us and foster a sense of unity and creativity giving back to those in need.  To date, ANFA has donated over 500K to organizations across our country serving the homeless, children in need, education, and much more.

 

We are deeply grateful for the unwavering support we have received from our community, artists, patrons, and partners. Your encouragement and dedication have been instrumental in helping us grow and thrive over the past decade. As we look towards the future, we remain committed to using fine art as a force for good and continuing to make a positive difference in the lives of those we touch." Anne Neilson, Owner/Artist

ARTIST FEATURE: EMILY MORGAN BROWN

 

ANFA is thrilled to introduce Emily Morgan Brown to our roster of talented artists.

 

Through her larger than life botanicals, butterflies, and more, Birmingham based artist, Emily Morgan Brown, puts a contemporary spin on a centuries old technique, tempera painting.  

 "After I take photos of the flower for the composition, I dry the flower, grind it into pigment, and make it into the egg tempera I will use to paint the linen. The subject lives forever in its painting, using a mostly forgotten process of the Old Masters as well as their technique of painting in grisailles to mimic relief sculpture. The paint is the flower, allowing the flower to live on in its portrait."


Art after all is but an extension of language to the expression of sensations too subtle for words.

—Robert Henri, The Art Spirit

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