Bio

          AnnaBrooke Hill Greene is a interdisciplinary mixed media artist from Georgia. She received her BFA from Georgia Southern University in two-dimensional studies where she served as president of the Print, Paper, & Book Arts Society and was honored with various awards including the “Betty Foy Sanders Award” and "Pat Walker Painting Award." Greene has been included in various group exhibitions including the 2020 “Third Annual Southeast Regional Exhibition," at the Lamar Dodd Arts Center, in LaGrange Georgia and the "Earth/Mother," portfolio showcase from the SGCI 2020 conference, ”Puertographico.” She is a member of the Colquitt County Art Center Artists’ Guild in Moultrie, Georgia which held her solo show, “Through the Looking Glass,” in 2018. Recent and upcoming projects include the virtual exhibition “TOUCH” at Woman Made Gallery (2020), group exhibition "Thresholds" at Working Method Contemporary Gallery (2021), the members showcase and art auction at 621 Gallery (2021) and a contribution to the Winter 2022 Issue of Superpresent Magazine. She currently lives and works in Tallahassee, Florida as an MFA Candidate and Instructor of Record of Art Foundations at Florida State University.

Statement

          My work explores visual language associated with women’s complex, overlapping identities in tandem with the conventional roles placed upon them. In examining how this effects our lives as individuals and as a collective in society, my work depicts and challenges cultural stereotypes of womanhood while utilizing its old-aged feminine iconography. Intricate floral patterning and ornate plants are used as a device to bind varied imagery together. Mediums like fabric and sewing materials along with imagery such as flowers and domestic items project conventional ideas of womanhood to the viewer in conjunction with elements of complexity and irregularity. By using associated feminine mediums and imagery, I re-present the social norms of womanhood to discuss and transform how we perceive it in our contemporary culture.

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