In addition to regularly scheduled exhibitions and live events, customers can shop 24/7 at my etsy shop: a2n2koon..  

You also have the option of scheduling a visit to my studio or having me bring the art to you. Contact me to make arrangements. 

Partnerships

I am interested in wholesale partnerships, and invite interior designers, home decor & gift shops, and art galleries to contact me for more information.  Looking to license some of my images? Contact me. 

EDUCATION

 As the Director of The Focusing Series, I lead a team of experts in a year-round curriculum.  I invite artist co-ops and guilds to book  workshops at the location of their choice. Click here to view what The Focusing Series offers.

 
 
 
 

anna@a2n2.net

Tel: 617-955-3472

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A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, you can find me in my studio throughout the week creating new work. My paintings have been exhibited throughout the United States and I am blessed to have loyal collectors of my work all over the world. My mission is to offer high quality artwork at reasonable prices while providing professional service with a personal touch.

 

Most of my work is on reclaimed wood purchased from a local furniture marker.  I love giving new life to the scraps of wood that would otherwise have been discarded. 

 

To further decrease my carbon footprint I have made walking my main method of transportation. Because Boston is filled with ample green space (expansive parks, treelined streets, even hiking trails), I find plenty of images to incorporate into my art.  Inspiration is discovered along the sidewalks of the city and its surrounding towns.

 

My years of experience as a small business consultant and successful artist have led me to developing and teaching professional development workshops, in addition to offering support to artists as a creative coach.

For questions and inquiries, please email me.

 

 

                   photo courtesy of David A. Dixon