Anne Lilly

Anne Lilly's artwork plays with our perception of time, color, and space, whether it's her highly ordered, delicate watercolor paintings or her precisely constructed interactive steel sculptures. Employing opposing modalities -- analytical and intuitive, rational and emotional -- Lilly's artwork elicits new connections between the physical space outside ourselves and our own private, psychological domain.

Her sculptures are usually fabricated in machined stainless steel, but require the viewer's touch to initiate movement: pressing clinical qualities against the sensuous response of each piece. Although viewers do not physically touch her watercolor paintings, the interplay of contrasting color and negative space creates a similar intense experience on a more intimate scale.



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Anne Lilly
tidechart (e)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
ablutions (a)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
flame (c)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
bivalve (b)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
lucio (c)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
     
Anne Lilly
circadia (a)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
lucio (b)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
   
Anne Lilly
flame (d)
watercolor on paper
15 x 11"
38.1 x 28 cm
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