Anna Sudbina is a contemporary painter whose work combines elements of process-led abstract and figurative art.
She trained under Maria Burganova, an esteemed Russian artist in Moscow where, in addition to academic drawing and painting, she studied linguistics, philosophy and psychology. She then moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins and began combining her traditional training with the freedom of abstraction.
Pieces of frayed reality are artfully combined with areas of pure gestural abstraction, forming her dynamic visual language. This contrast explores the relationship between actuality and human perception, a physical space and a memory of it. Layer by layer she ...
Her forms, shapes and use of colour are extraordinary and captivating on an emotional level. When I moved into my new home, it was only a matter of time until I asked her to do some paintings for me (just purchased my third one!) Anna was able to take some general guidelines to put together some pieces which have really brought the rooms in my house to life with moving, colourful and vibrant pieces. Really I can not recommend her enough.
Dr. Steven Harris, Collector, London
"Personal and engaging, Anna's work has soul and a feel of authenticity, which is very refreshing!"
Sabrina Angelini, collector