Sculptures by Annie Evans

While in San Miguel de Allende, the Pilgrims and I discovered this magnificent sculpture in the window of the Magenta Gallery (lower left) and kept returning during our free time, hoping to get inside the gallery to take a closer look. Finally, we caught one of the artists who was manning the gallery and were able to get up close to Annie Evans’s sculptures. You can find more of her work on her website here.

Annie says that her foremost creative goal is to honor the female and her animal hybrids signify that we are but one of many animal species, related to the others both physically and emotionally.

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About Kathie Vezzani

Rust, wax and paint move me, traveling with other artists inspire me, and so I attend workshops and plan them with other artists. My curiosity is endless and I am fearless when it comes to my art.
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5 Responses to Sculptures by Annie Evans

  1. Betti Zucker says:

    Kathi, thank you for sharing! I love Annie Evan’s work.

  2. Renee says:

    Her work is magical! I feel fortunate to own one of her pieces.

  3. steven wellman says:

    Fantastic work and great artist.

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