Anne Langdon

Anne Langdon is a printmaker, painter, and works with various other media. She was born in Hamilton, Victoria, in 1950, and completed a Bachelor of Arts and Diploma of Education in 1971. Anne moved to Castlemaine in 1975, taught at Castlemaine High School, and was a committee member of Castlemaine Artists Inc. She achieved a Diploma of Fine Arts in 1984 and has been in numerous solo and group exhibitions.

Anne now lives in Smythesdale where her studio is an important part of her rural property. Here, her surroundings have stimulated and enhanced her whimsical figurative style. She explores her environment but is always aware her art reflects the female context.

Initially a printmaker, working on multi-coloured silk-screens using the negative screen technique, Anne moved onto relief prints and solar plate etchings. In the last fifteen years, she has been involved in painting and mixed media working on both large- and small-scale canvases. She also combines prints and painting to create a more textural collage effect. Her printmaking has been a consistent part of her practice and has been extended into textile-based works within a mainstream print genre.

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