Originally from New Orleans, Anna Redwine, MFA, has been a recognized South Carolina artist for over ten years. Her drawings and paintings are held in public and private collections including the South Carolina State Art Collection and the Abacus Planning Group corporate art collection. Her work has recently been exhibited at the South Carolina State Museum, the Columbia Museum of Art, and 440 Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. She was the inaugural artist in residence at Doko Farm in Blythewood, SC, and is currently collaborating with Kentucky poet Julia Johnson on a project addressing identity and displacement, funded in part by the South Carolina Arts Commission (which receives support from the National Endowment for the Arts, and by a generous award from the John and Susan Bennett Memorial Arts Fund of the Coastal Community Foundation of SC).
Represented by: IfArt Gallery, Columbia,SC
I define my creative action as drawing, whether I'm using a paintbrush, charcoal, or my fingers. In my work the word 'draw' means not only to place marks on a surface but also to extract, like to draw a breath or to draw a conclusion. My work is informed by empathy and the experience of life: mine and that of plants, animals, and other people.