Ann Gadd has been a writer and artist since the day she learnt to scrawl her first image in crayon across her bedroom wall. (An event her parents found to be less auspicious.) In 1997 she won the award for best acrylic artist at the South African Society of Artists annual event, which introduced her to galleries and convinced her to pursue her artistic career.
Ann is a popular contemporary artist with paintings hanging worldwide and representation in nine galleries. In her 20+ year career she has exhibited numerous times both locally and abroad.
Most notably at the:
- Florence Biennale,
- New Zealand,
- England (Brick Lane Gallery, London and Art @ Five, Brighton)
- Glascow Art Fair
- Edinburgh Art Fair
- as well as numerous galleries in South Africa.
Her first solo exhibition was at the AVA Gallery in Cape Town.
Her series include:
- Palindromes and Popular Icons
- The sheep ewe/you series
- Zulu Lulu
- Going to the Dogs
She has become most known for her “sheep” or “ewe” series of paintings.
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