Paintings by Annett E. Bank
This site is for people who are interested in natural health, living with awareness and elevating their consciousness. My passion as an artist is to advocate a high vibrational lifestyle and add more love, joy, beauty and happiness to this world.When we surround ourselves with high quality objects such as original paintings, furniture, lighting, gardens, etc., we make a symbolic statement about our own beauty. These things harmonize our thoughts, cause our mind to clear and brighten, as well as enhance our good fortune and wellbeing.
"Energize your live with Art. It's good for you, therapeutic and raises your vibration!"
I am collaborating with
Painter Ric W. Horner.
We live in Whitstable, UK
Bio: After graduating with a BA (Hons) Degree in Fine Art from the University of Brighton in 2007, Annett E. Bank was selected by the Salon Gallery in Notting Hill, London as one of UK's Best Graduates and exhibited with Orion Contemporary at various Affordable Art Fairs within the UK and abroad. Since then she has curated various group and solo exhibitions which took place during the annual Brighton Arts Festival. She received international attention after designing the interior decor for several holistic health clinincs and worked for 6 month as full time gallery co-manager of a newly formed art venue in Ramsgate. In 2012, she met her partner, the artist Ric W. Horner, with whom she now collaborates. Annett continues to work independently on her trademark semi-abstract figurative style, as well as on her stunning koi fish paintings. Her life story was recorded as part of an inspirational book called: 'Soul Journey', and her work featured in magazines such as 'Juno', the 'International Holistic Practitioner Association', 'Soul & Spirit', 'Wise Woman' and 'The Art of Healing'. She has studied various esoteric and metaphysical subjects such as Feng Shui, colour therapy and energy healing and since 2010, writes her own motivational blog: Indigo Visions about the true nature of our reality.
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