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Annie Doornebosch

Updated: Aug 20, 2023

My husband and I moved to Greytown in the Wairarapa in 2018, seeking a change of pace and looking to take advantage of the many outdoor pursuits the region offers.


I hold a Diploma in Creativity from the Learning Connexion in Lower Hutt. During my time studying, I discovered a passion for printmaking. I also enjoy painting in oils and working with ink and watercolour.


My work reflects my love of botanicals and native flora and fauna. I hope to evoke thoughts of protecting New Zealand’s natural heritage, culture and environment.


My printmaking processes involve hand carving woodcut and linocut plate designs, which I then print individually as relief prints as well as creating collagraph and dry point intaglio prints. All of my prints are limited edition prints using fine art paper and soy based ink.


Simple yet elegant, thoughtful, organic and often transparent.

I have work displayed in galleries around the Wairarapa and can often be found at Stallkeeper's Society market in Greytown.


I am a member of the New Zealand Print Council and ConArt Gallery in Masterton. I am featured in Proof, a recently published book from the Print Council Aotearoa New Zealand featuring printmakers in NZ.





 



 

See more of Annie's work and contact her through the following:



◼ Instagram: @providenceprintmaker


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