The work of York artist, Annamarie Eggert, has been strongly influenced by the paintings of British artist James M. W. Turner and the French Impressionists. She focuses on the light and atmosphere in the development of her seascapes, landscapes, and florals. This is accomplished by loose brushwork, soft edges, and transparent veils of color and light effects. The airiness downplays the subject matter and plays up the subtlety of the mood.
She has studied art, primarily watercolor, in the United States, Italy and Greece, with over 15 nationally-known artists such as Carleton Plummer, Gerald Brommer, Jeanne Carbonetti, Zoltan Szabo, Stephen Quiller, and Tom Lynch.
Annamarie has received a Certificate of Merit from the Art Addiction Gallery of Stockholm, Sweden for two paintings exhibited in a show representing artists from all over the world.
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