Meet Ann-Marie James
Ann-Marie James lives and works in Suffolk. Her practice encompasses painting, drawing, collage and various forms of printmaking. Her work is rooted in the exploration and reinterpretation of antiquity and art history, reminding us all that in looking back we can also look forward.
“In my practice I explore the idea of change, of metamorphoses, of one thing turning into another. Change is a constant, and I am interested in the connectedness of all things, in a cultural conversation that stretches right back to antiquity, and to ancient Greek and Roman myth in particular.”
Ann-Marie James’ work is held at the British Museum, London; the British School at Rome, Italy; Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London; the Victoria and Albert Museum, London, and the John Jones Collection, London.
This exhibition was generously supported by Ridinghouse/Karsten Schubert.