Featured Artist – A.E. London

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“Botswana Sunset” – 8″ x 24″ Watercolor

A.E. London’s booth at an art fair draws you in with its subtlety and quietness. A strong contrast to the popular abstract expressionism with bold colors that may match the couch, she continues to complete low contrast drawings, watercolors and unique engravings which speak of her passion for endangered species.

Making her way around the country and exhibiting her art since she was a teenager in the early l980’s Anne, has led the life of an art fair artist balancing travel, the need for income and creating new work, challenged by her inner needs to tell the story of the endangered animals she represents in her drawings, watercolors and engravings.

It is people like Anne who have helped make the nation’s art fairs the cultural phenomena that they are. Audiences recognize the integrity of work that comes from the soul of the maker. Yes, you can find some cool pottery at many of the nation’s retail outlets and prints at Wal-Mart, but when you meet and talk with and collect the work of people like Anne you are included in the creative process.

Anne’s work and concern for endangered species is the heart of who Anne is. Making her way on her own you may meet her in an airport in Nairobi or Johannesburg as she travels to study the subjects that give meaning to her life.

To learn more about London’s work visit: AELondonstudio.com

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2 Responses to “Featured Artist – A.E. London”

  1. Fred Cashmere Says:

    I was looking for your bird of prey drawings.I was not able to find them.
    If you could let me know how I could I would be gratful.Sincerly Fred

  2. Constance Mettler Says:

    Visit Anne’s website: aelondonstudio.com. See the live link above in the story.

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