Anne Skinner’s work is concerned with the fragments of memories and images which remain in our minds, long after the experience has passed. Half remembered – Half forgotten.
Anne aims to evoke a sense of time or place through her practice and is inspired by a variety of themes, including the beautiful city of Venice, or more recently, the ever changing natural environment of Scotland.
Anne develops her ideas from observation and interprets them using a variety of methods and disciplines. Her aim is to capture the essence of the subject or capture a fleeting moment in time.
About the Artist
Dundee based artist Anne Skinner DA is a Drawing and Painting graduate of Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art where she studied Drawing and Painting under highly respected Scottish artists Alberto Morocco, Jack Knox and David McClure.
Anne worked in further education as a lecturer in the fine art department at Dundee College teaching a wide variety of art and design subjects as well as continuing her practice as a visual artist.
Throughout her career Anne has been an exhibitor at major open exhibitions including RSW, RSA, VAS, and RGI,and has exhibited widely in the UK as well as internationally.
Alison Prosser Award - RSW - Edinburgh 2020
Langside College Watercolour Award - RGI Glasgow 2009
Secretary/Treasurer Hospitalfield Alumni Association
Edge Scottish Textile Artists
Dovecot Studios Edinburgh
Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour
Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Art
Royal Scottish Academy
frames gallery Perth
Visual Arts, Scotland
Thompson’s Gallery, Marylebone London
Butler Fine Art, London
Richmond Hill Gallery, London
velvet easel gallery, Portobello
Gallery Q Dundee
Red Rag gallery
London Art Fair
Backside Gallery, London
Royal Institute Of Painters in Watercolour, Mall Galleries, London
Glasgow Art Fair, RGI selected Artists
Crinan Gallery Argyle, Scotland - RSW selected Artists
Compass Gallery Glasgow
Frames Gallery, Perth
Q Gallery, Dundee
The Gallery, Portland, Oregon USA
Fabriano Gallery, Fabriano Italy
Shipley Gallery, Gateshead