From wall murals to jewellery, Anna creates representations of places using contours of the land to produce a 3D topographical work of art. Using many different techniques and materials, she endeavours to create work of various scales that represent places of personal importance. Currently in her final year of studying Glass, Ceramics, Jewellery, Metalwork at The University for the Creative Arts in Farnham. Anna’s working methodology employs the traditional processes of lost wax casting and the modern digital technologies of laser cutting to create innovative and unique work. Personal connection between the owner and the work is an important element of what Anna creates, she explains it as “creating art with the layers of your life”. Originally her inspiration came from the beautiful landscape of Wales in which Anna grew up. However most recently Anna has applied her methodical way of working to create a collection inspired by the contours of Farnham nestled in the rolling Surrey Hills where Anna now resides.