Anna Korver

What inspires your art practice?
Internal self reflection on external experiences. Themes of femininity and feminism. Ideas of connection with regards to culture, people, home, travel and the transient change of these concepts and feelings.

What materials do you work in?
Steel, bronze, hard stone, wood, mixed media.

Briefly describe your artwork for NZ Sculpture OnShore 2018.
These works speak about the connection of a person and the place they live, how it impacts, imprints on each other, the change of reality, life, home. In a way they are protective structures or fortresses which in some cases are strong and others are crumbling. One has a figurative section, the other two are the more literal architecture.

Where are the public most likely to see your artworks outside of NZ Sculpture OnShore?
Art by the Sea, Devonport; Brick Bay Sculpture Trail; Form gallery ChCh; Helena Bay Gallery; Te Ha Gallery Rotorua; Koru Gallery Taranaki; Zeayou Gallery, Taupo.

Where did you study?
Ilam School of Fine Arts, Canterbury.

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