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Anna Noelle Rockwell

Painter and environmental artist, with B.A. in anthropology from Bennington College. Studied at Parsons School of Design in NYC and the San Francisco Art Institute. In her work, Anna concentrates, "...on creating art from existing body art and modification, extending the layers of meaning and symbolism inherent in the tattoo, corset, or face-lift, etc., transforming them into further possible interpretations." Her interest in her work is to create subtlety in these shocking images of the body, bringing the primitive symbolism and instinctual nature into counterpoint. She has developed a series of drawings and paintings using the horse as image because of its natural force of energy and its place in the history of art and literature. Anna's work is part of corporate and private collections in the Bay Area and New York, and L.A.

Inquiries about artists and available work to:
Peggy Mallison, Director, Mirren Gallery,
510 Kelly Ave., Half Moon Bay, CA. 94019
Telephone: 650/712-1320.