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East London Printmakers

Anne Gournay

After having practised art in parallel with her marketing career, Anne decided to fully dedicate herself to art in 2003. She retrained and specialised in painting at l’Ecole des Beaux Arts de Paris-Glacière. After moving to London, she discovered printmaking at Central Saint Martin (2007-2008), and decided to refocus her work on this highly demanding and technical medium. Anne Gournay finds inspiration in her passion for charcoal drawing, and photography. “I am drawn to highly contrasted and textured images, and look for structure and patterns in the world around me. I work from my photographs, using my camera and my imagination as a sketchbook, trying out images on the computer as much as with pencil and paper. I have a precise idea in my mind of what I’m aiming for, and use various printmaking techniques, sometimes combining them, to achieve the desired result.” Anne’s work is frequently inspired by nature, in an attempt to reconnect our modern selves with our roots, and questions the temporality of our existence. She lives and works in North-West London. In 2016, she set up ContemporArti, an artist-run gallery with a strong focus on Limited Edition. Her work is in private collections worldwide, and is part of the V&A collection fund, and the Scarborough Museum trust.

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