END OF SUMMER: DATE TBD
Anna is part of our tribe and I can't wait to get one for my own home. Stay tuned for show date. You are not gonna want to miss this rare chance to collect her work. I adore Anna and over the moon to share her work at The Native Daughter this summer.
Brockmeyer graduated from the SAIC in 2010. She has since utilized her skills in multi-mediums to make a vast portfolio of work. Her sketch book has complex natural landscapes stripped down to geometric shapes and block-like patterns. She attempts to capture the gesture and feel in her quick sketch book studies, that way when she is back in her studio she has a basic composition worked out and is ready to elaborate with color and scale. Her goal is to emulate the natural worlds ease to create beauty. Shapes and compositions stay with her– in her minds eye– and she tries to capture those imprints into her art work.
While a student at SAIC Brockmeyer apprenticed with a husband and wife team in LaPorte Indiana. There she learned the Art of paper-making and printing and dabbled in ceramics. This basic process, where paper made from scratch is sourced within 100ft of her and unfolded over a 24 hour period, resonated with her. While revisiting papermaking and natural fibers Brockmeyer’s recent works of landscape paintings organically meld with paper making textures to reflect these seemingly dissonant processes into a unique and organic artistic perspective all her own.