Glynn’s practice includes: painting, drawing, video, sculpture, installation, photography, writing, music and sound. Nature, history, ecology and environment are essential elements of her practice, leading to intriguing international interdisciplinary collaborative art and science projects. Her work has been acquired by Australian Parliament House and the National Museum of Australia.
Anna’s rainforest home perched on the side of the steep cliffs of the Illawarra escarpment is her haven, where she ponders the complexities and beauty of the surrounding natural environment.
With the influx of people wishing to live in regional areas, Glynn’s new work will highlight the natural environment to create ways for the community to engage and nurture what we have.