Anna Marrow did Fine Art at Bristol followed by an MA at Central St Martins, London. She loves to work with silkscreen because of the limitless possibilities and flexibility offered b the technique - from starting with bold splashes of colour to completing a work with delicate hand-drawn lines, scraps of text and collages of photographic imagery. Her most recent works are concerned with finding the beauty within ordinary subjects such as tower blocks, children playing, cars, birds, and townscapes that are usually set against strikingly bright skies and are often humorous. These works are hand-printed screen prints and mixed-media paintings, often hand finished with delicate touches of glitter, watercolour, acrylic and freehand drawing. This organic completion of works results in collectible one-offs being created. Marrow’s decorative style has caught the eye of many publishers and high-end retailers including The Guardian, Heals and Selfridges.