CHRISTMAS ALL WRAPPED UP FOR YOU!
Anne's digital art prints are particularly well suited for social distancing Christmas gifts...
ONLINE GALLERY and SHOP at http://www.annemills.net/ where you can view Anne's work from a safe distance and purchase some fun for yourself - or for those in need of an uplift! Free delivery within UK on all items for your convenience.
Hand crafted BELLOWS are also featured on the website and are ready for purchase with free delivery to mainland UK - http://www.annemills.net/product-category/bellows/
Unique hand crafted bellows make a great, thoughtful gift.
If you would rather see bellows to buy, contact Anne to arrange a time - her workshop, located in Stanford in the Vale (SN7 8JB), has off-street parking where she can bring bellows to your vehicle for viewing. Card payment accepted. Email anne[at]annemills.net or phone 01367 718 805 to arrange a visit. ** Please take precautions against COVID-19: bring a mask, use sanitiser or gloves **
ARTISAN AT WORK: A little book explaining the steps in the making of these attractive bellows can be browsed online at http://www.annemills.net/how-its-done/
Please note: the wrappings and Christmas cards or decorations in gallery's images are NOT a part of the art piece.
Anne has spent some years accepting graphic design briefs for corporate images, logos and merchandise - now she has turned her mind to creating more whimsical and dramatic digital art. Anne finds inspiration all around her - environment, photographs, myths and sometimes just a bit of silliness.
As a counterpoint to computer technology, Anne enjoys the calming wood and leather work in creating hand-crafted bellows. Inspiration comes from the character of the wood, and choosing the leather - then watching as it evolves into a practical fire maker. She says she started making bellows because she got tired of sticking her head in the fire and blowing!
This combination of artist and artisan gives Anne’s art its unique character.
See an eclectic range of interesting art subjects, and distinctive fireside bellows at http://www.annemills.net/