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Annie Wharton  Los Angeles, CA

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About Annie

Annie Wharton was born in Tallahassee, Florida and lived in Stuttgart, Germany, New York, NY, and Miami Beach, Florida before moving to Los Angeles in late 2005. Her work has been featured in publications that include the New York Times, Art in America, Art Papers, Art.Es (Spain) Ha’aretz (Israel), Giornale dell’Arte (Italy), Glamour, and German Elle. In addition to a wide array of international art fairs, gallery and alternative spaces throughout the US, Israel, Japan and Europe, she’s shown her work in group shows at museums such as the Museum of Contemporary Art in Washington, DC, the Ringling Museum of Sarasota, and in Miami at the Lowe Museum the Bass Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art and in solo museum exhibits at the Kirishima Open Air Museum in Kirishima, Japan and The Wolfsonian-FIU Museum. Her work is in important private collections throughout the world and can be found in public and corporate collections such as the 4 Seasons Hotels, the Neiman Marcus Collection, Trump Towers, The Related Group, the Miami-Dade Public Library, and the Kagoshima Public Art Collection.

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"he conocido tus obras por tu asistente Emmanuel Lafont, el cual he conicido en Málaga (España). Me encanta tus obras."

"beautifully abstract."

"nice color choices!"

"I cannot help not to imagine how these colourful and sweet paintings were made.The picture that appears in my head is Jackson Pollock doing cake decoration. The work is abstract, expressive, somewhat timid, a bit too neat and very feminine."

"I love the fluidity of these ambiguous, organic forms, isolated in the white expanse. They seem ephemeral and spontaneous, so beautiful."

"the top art with the blue and eye in itand a fish hook in the back, what it isis the bonding of how society, don't tell it how it is or how it is pig."

"Very nice use of flow & color, it's moving whle it seems fossilized in a way."

"I love this! I'd hang it on my wall any day.I just with the pictures were bigger."

"I love the transparency of color....the darker shades mixing with the paler ones. The various shapes of venous remnants of body sections is interesting as if perhaps an animal has just vacated the area."

"These images make me feel like I'm dreaming of being deep in the ocean."

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