Anna Clark graduated as a mature student in 2014 with a Fine Art degree (first class) from Wirral Metropolitan College, followed by a year’s Fellowship.

Previous work has included photographs as the starting point for her work, exploring different printing techniques and building up translucent layers of print and paint. These pieces reflect her interest in capturing glimpses of other people’s lives – moments frozen in time as the world goes by. For this exhibition, Anna has chosen to create a celebration of the beautiful, yet functional, objects – many of which have a long history. On describing her approach Anna states; "I build up layers of paint, print and pattern, reworking and experimenting with variations on a theme. The curve of a handle, colours within shadows, the geometry of the spaces, contrasts of light and dark." The resulting images presenting the subtle difference between looking and seeing.