Anne Offen is a self-taught painter and aspiring writer, currently studying crative writing at Emerson College. She uses primarily acrylic, watercolors, and glue to create her contemporary abstract paintings. As a queer and differently abled artist, her work is a challenge to the "able" world that people who are differently abled are not a burden but an asset to society. Offen began to purse painting in earnest in 2017 after being in jured in an accident. While she has since made a full recovery, she was forced to put her plans on hold while she recovered, allowing her to begin experimenting with different artistic techniques. In the future, Offen hopes to continue to use her artistic skills to show that different does not mean less than.
For inquires about her art, please contact Offen at firstname.lastname@example.org
To see more of Anne's work, please visit her on Instagram.