Anna Rowbury is a multi-disciplinary artist who engages with concepts of space, memory and atmosphere. With an emphasis on patina of objects, age, wear and muted colours of surface, there is often a nostalgic element to her work.
Rowbury works with clay, paint, timber and other materials in both sculptural and two-dimensional works. Sometimes using constructed elements, sound and found objects she recreates emotive and ethereal spaces in her installation works. She is inspired by spaces and their atmosphere as well as the objects found within them.
In 2018, Rowbury completed a Master of Contemporary Art at the Victorian College of the Arts, University of Melbourne. She completed a Bachelor of Fine Art (Ceramics), at RMIT, Melbourne, in 2012 and undertook a Diploma of Visual Art (Ceramics), at Holmesglen TAFE, Melbourne, in 2004-06.