abstract forms, fields, & lines
Anna Trammel works using an automatic and intuitive color mark making practice. Sometimes creating abstract planes of raining dashes of chromatic compositions, sometimes appropriating shapes to fill intensely and use in collage, her work is always layered and deeply intentional and decisive. She seems to be inspired by stories and nursery rhymes, sometimes reciting to herself as she works.
Learn more about Anna Trammel here on Living Studio's Blog.
"She seems to be inspired by stories and nursery rhymes, sometimes reciting to herself as she works."
-Kelsey Hamilton Davis
Exhibitions & Projects
Salem Art Association
“Voices From Home”
The Arts Center
“Around Oregon Biennial”
"Walk This Way"
Western Oregon University, Cannon Gallery
"Do You See Everyone Under That Applebelly Tree?"
Oregon State University, Memorial Student Union Gallery
"We Take the Long Way"
Southern Oregon University, Schneider Museum of Art
Soundbox6: Biosphere Remix Festival
Oregon State University
"Waiting for the Meteor"
Oregon Fringe Festival
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