Anya Simmons

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Mousehole, Cornwall

With fond and colourful memories of Cornwall, Anya invites you to enjoy her interpretation of gorgeous Mousehole.

Fowey Harbour

Anya's vision and interpretation of Fowey, Cornwall.

The Dragons Teeth

Anya's interpretation of North Derbyshire.

Magical Tenby

My interpretation of the beautiful harbour at Tenby.

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Anya Simmons

 

Anya Simmons - Artist Profile

I was born in 1969 in Uganda and moved to Nairobi, Kenya in 1972. Living in Africa for the first fourteen years of my life and then moving to the UK has had a profound impact on the diversity of my work and where many of my creative ideas have emerged.

My more recent works are profoundly influenced by beautiful landscapes across Britain (i.e. Scottish Highlands, Cornwall, Kent and the Midlands). After completing a gesso course with renowned local artists my work has also taken a more textural and 3 dimensional turn. Thus, I am mainly working with gesso, acrylic and acrylic inks. However, my interest in more traditional techniques such as watercolour and oils are still very important to me.

Often, I will imagine a scene and decide how I want certain colours to flow together to create a particular atmosphere. I get enormous pleasure from examining the form, colours, light and textures within our diverse landscape and am continually striving to capture this.

I will often take pictures of rolling fields, flowers, cliffs, mountains, headlands, buildings (i.e. cottages, beach huts, castles etc), seascapes and the ever changing sky and take inspiration from the magical beauty of the natural world around us.

Within my works I strive to give my audience the romance or memory of a scene/landscape which is recognised as real, but does not always have a physical location-almost like a landscape within a dream. I seek to tap into a positive nostalgic memory.

 

 
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