Annie about three months ago. I happened to see her amazing art before I met her, and man I was so glad to finally meet her. After a quick introduction, we parted ways and I have been bragging about her art ever since.
Well, last night I went to her amazing art show. Her art is up in the HFAC for two weeks, until July 29th, and I would definitely-- you will not be disappointed. Not only is her art beautiful in technique and skill, but she has an amazing eye for good composition, texture, and spiritual depth. I love being able to see more the longer I look at her art.
The artist taking about her artwork at the reception last night.
Streams of Mercy (below and details)
"Streams of Mercy" was the first painting I had ever seen of hers, hanging in the BYU Student Show. I went home and immediately told my husband, "I found the painting that I want in my home!" It is my favorite, but not by far. In fact, I like all of her paintings so much, but because of the history I have with "Streams of Mercy," I don't think I can let myself like another painting quite as much.
I was only able to take a few quick shots, but she has pictures of a lot of her pieces, including close ups, on her website. I am definitely looking forward to seeing what Annie accomplishes in the future, and believe me, she will accomplish MANY great things! Great job on a fantastic show!