Anne Farrall Doyle is based in Herefordshire, England, where she uses a contemplative, intuitive process to build her artworks. The artist’s work is usually produced in solitude, with plans and sketches helping to formulate her dreamlike final compositions.
Anna produces artworks in a range of traditional media, including oil paint, watercolour, and pastel. The works are often softly blended, drippy, and seem to be in the process of either achieving or relinquishing corporeal form. There’s a sense of wonder imbued in each of these works, and looking through Anna’s portfolio one gets the sense of another world, perhaps one imagined in a daydream.
The artist uses colours that are somehow dreamlike and subdued, yet retain a sense of their energy. There’s something so ghostly and ethereal about these works that one can’t help but to be transfixed, searching for solid details.