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Ann-Marie Brown/ Book Edition

Ann-Marie Brown is a Canadian painter working in encaustic and oil. She is currently working out of a studio on the west coast of British Columbia. In coastal B.C., she and her family have cultivated a vibrant forest garden. This unique landscape bears a diverse array of fruits, including hazelnuts, walnuts, cherries, apples, pears, figs, plums, apricots, and sea buckthorn. Complementing the fruit-bearing trees are blueberries, raspberries, gogi berries, gooseberries, grapes, and wildflowers, all set against a carpet of clover.

Facing challenges posed by climate change, she has experienced the impact of freak weather and unseasonal temperatures, such as the drought last summer and the floods in the current season. Amidst these challenges, she channels her artistic expression into painting the fruits that thrive in her garden. Her portraits of apples and plums reflect a keen attention to individuality, mirroring the care she dedicates to her figure works.

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