Anne Werner (b. 1980, Denmark) has attended LHI, Reykjavik (Iceland University of the Arts) and later studied fashion and construction at KEA. Since her graduation in 2014, Werner... Read More
Anne Werner (b. 1980, Denmark) has attended LHI, Reykjavik (Iceland University of the Arts) and later studied fashion and construction at KEA. Since her graduation in 2014, Werner has worked as a graphic- and printdesigner, but is now focused on her own practice. She also has been working as a print designer for Danish designer Henrik Vibskov for several years. The artist lives and works in Copenhagen.
Anne Werner art
Werner works within the field of both the abstract and figurative, and her works often depict recognisable elements that have been distorted or shown through the lens of a digital glitch. Her choice of motif is often inspired by a very classical and archetypal approach to the subject matter, which then morphs into a new way of being through her enigmatic depictions. Her mode of expression explores the interactions between past and present techniques and styles.
Anne Werner printing techniques
Werner works in a variety of methods and techniques including monotype, silkscreen and digital prints, besides her textile print design and graphic design. The artworks presented on this page are both original artworks, which you can read more about here, as well as giclée prints which can be found here. You can also browse all other artists here.