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The artistic contamination of Anna Brennan

Anna Brennan can be considered more a artist than a "jewelry designer".

She launching her 1st collection in 1995 to critical acclaim, a solo exhibition of Donna Brennan’s work was staged at the Museum of Decorative Arts in Dresden in 1997. Her jewellery is shown in galleries internationally and numerous articles have been published on her work in international publications Of Australian origins, his artistic influence has been contaminated by a strange and wonderful flora and fauna from which he draws inspiration for his creations.

She has participated internationally in group exhibitions including The Norton Museum, Florida, USA, Museum of Decorative Art in Cologne, Germany, the Kunstmuseum im Ehrenhof, Duesseldorf, Germany. She is represented by C.A.A. Gallery in London, Galerie Marzee in The Netherlands, and Jeweler’s Werk Gallery, Washington D.C., USA..

Brennan’s work sits in the collections of the V & A Museum, London, the Museum of Contemporary Art (SM’s) ‘s-Hertogenbosch, The Netherlands, and the prestigious Alice & Louis Koch Collection, National Museum, Switzerland, among others. Her work has been recognised through a prestigious Australia Council Award for the Arts.

Her creations unleash energy, color and love for art, of which stones and metals are for Anna Brennan canvases and colors like a wearable painting that express in every collection the romantic and the harmonious form of a unique jewel.


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