Anne Russell



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'Brough of Birsay, sunset' - etching - 50x50cm

'Magnolia Stellata' - etching - 26x25cm

'The Old Man of Hoy’ - etching 16x10cm

'Stacks’ - monoprint 50 x 70cm

‘Gentle are the Rocks’ - monoprint 56x56cm

‘A Day at Rackwick Bay’ - monoprint 56x76cm


I use land and sea as inspiration for my drawings and prints, with emphasis on the sky which, is fundamental in creating the 'mood' within my work.
More recently, I have been developing my own approach to monoprinting, incorporating some relief printing – culminating in exhibiting with ‘The Masters One-off Monoprint’ 2017 and The National Original Print Exhibition 2019, with The Royal Society of Painter Printmakers Society, Bankside Gallery, London.
Like many artists, my interests are diverse but, my work is primarily sea and landscapes of the Scottish coast.


Anne Russell was born in Orkney, (1961).
Graduated from Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen, BA Hons Fine Art 1986 followed by Postgraduate Diploma in Printmaking at Glasgow School of Art 1987.
She has been a Professional Member of the SSA since 1989, exhibiting with them regularly.
Anne worked as Printmaking Technician at the former Dundee Printmakers Workshop and Seagate Gallery. After a 3 year stint in the US, having family and continuing to print, she returned as Printstudio Assistant at the Dundee Contemporary Arts Print Studio, editioning and delivering etching, and relief printing courses.
Anne has been involved with a variety of art-related projects including Drawing and Painting Tutor for Perthshire community based arts group C.A.C.E., Edinburgh International Book Festival, childrens printmaking workshops,Visions and Voices lll, Hearing Voices Conference, Dundee and worked for NHS Tayside in mental health support for 6 years before returning to printmaking full time in 2010.