Clearing – 30cm x 30cm – Acrylic and Resin

Anna Boss: “I am a landscape artist, living and working in Bristol, in the South West of England. Born in Brighton, I studied Fine Art at the University of the West of England (UWE), and have developed a unique style and technique to capture the landscape around me. 
As a runner and a dog owner I spend time outside in all weathers, in alI seasons, and like to feel like I am in the landscape, rather than observing it. I seek out open spaces with distant views and depth of light.  I document this time, these journeys, through the quality of light: the ever changing skies, and the way that the distant features can fade in and out depending on the sunlight, the cloud cover and the atmospheric conditions.”

Leader Sky – 20cm x 20cm – Acrylic and Resin

Anna Boss: “Out in the field I document my journey through quick sketches using black ‘Quink’ ink mixed with water and by photographing to capture the detail. Back in my studio I apply layers of slow-drying acrylic paint with boatbuilders’ epoxy resin, to create an ethereal and translucent quality to my atmospheric paintings of the landscape.
My canvases capture the moments just before rainfall, the settling of mist over rolling hills and the changing quality of light throughout the day.”

Distant Reflection – 30cm x 30cm – Acrylic and Resin

Artist: Anna Boss

The Doorway Gallery  @thedoorwaygallery exhibits fine art paintings, amongst other works, from a selection of both Irish born and International artists, who are individually recognised for their unique talent and contribution to art.
The primary focus of the Doorway Gallery is to support Artists in achieving international recognition for their work. This is achieved through their presence at a number of annual international art fairs at which a selection of art works is promoted.
There is an independent ethos to The Doorway Gallery. Patrons are encouraged to develop their own concepts in appreciation of art. This is evident through the gallery’s regularly hosted ‘Solo Shows’. Such events are organised in an effort to promote the artist.