"My current work explores various themes that give rise to vastly different imagery but are born from the same source—the natural world that exists around me on my 12-acre homestead. Both the cultivated and the wild elements of nature are a source of comfort, awe, and inspiration to me. Observing the subtle and dramatic changes that occur daily in my environment gives rise to a language of color relationships, textural surfaces, and morphing shapes and forms that I use in my work. The past several years I have worked using a technique I developed that involves painting different color gradations and textures on artist tape and then cutting and arranging the tape to build up an image. The methodical nature of this work suits my process of intuitively making decisions and revising what I made as the image takes form."
Ann-Marie's work can be viewed at nineteenonpaper.com and purchased at Studio Hop in Providence, RI. Her work is also available at the Dedee Shattuck Gallery in Westport, MA.