Anne-Marie is a Liverpool born, Suffolk-based artist. Originally qualified as an archaeologist, she spent several years in a variety of office-based jobs, rediscovering her artistic roots when Pigs Gone Wild came to Ipswich in 2016.
Since then she has painted for several public art trails around the UK – including a lion disguised as a tiger, sun bears and flying hares, a prehistoric giraffe, a biker bee, an underwater gorilla, and a trio of magical, nautical and city themed elephants. Other public/charity art projects include some racing ducks, a detective otter, and a Van Gogh-inspired Jaguar bonnet that drove all the way to Monte Carlo in a charity rally.
When not drawing and painting, Anne-Marie creates digital art and writes fiction. Any spare time is spent reading and travelling, because you can never have too much inspiration in life.