Anne Warren

Anne is a mixed media artist working in both 2D and 3D in Melbourne Australia

Anne graduated from RMIT University with a Bachelor in Fine Art (Drawing).

An image or a fragment of an image found in an old book that has caught Anne’s interest will become the genesis to further build and layer from several different sources as well as from different media. In an intuitive way Anne assembles the disparate cutouts to create a brand new hybrid character or scene with an entirely new identity, sometimes adding to it with pencil, paint or pen. The 3D sculptural assemblage work is applied in a similar fashion to collage by using found objects.

From the small scale collage and assemblage work Anne will free up the application and scale to make abstract paintings on canvas or board with a focus on atmospheric colour and shape.

Anne Warren’s art practice consists of collage, assemblage, digital imaging, still-life painting, abstract works, commissions and conducting Workshops in Art from her Alphington based studio.

Note: See Blog Posts for current projects being undertaken

Please email Anne if you are interested in purchasing or commissioning art work:

Note that places are available for workshops, one on one or with a friend to help and guide you to a more confident approach.   See contact page and mention your preferences for day, evening or weekend. Classes can be one off, a series of 4 or ongoing until you feel ready to go alone.  Note beginners and established artists wanting some new ideas are welcome.

Melbourne Collage Meets (totally just for fun and friendship)

Melbourne Collage Meets is a group of artists that meets to talk art and just catch up whilst making collage art.  In 2023 our group of 11 held fundraising events exhibiting and selling collage to raise money for two worthy local institutions – Olympic Village Primary School were gifted more than $800 in sensory toys and Araluen Disability Services – were gifted $430 for their ceramics department. 

Melbourne Collage Meets is based in Fairfield however for anyone wishing to start a group in their area I would be happy to advise and encourage you on how to do this – it can easily start with just two people.   

Our group was born after the ISOlation of the Covid period and our members are a diverse artistic group and not specifically collage artists.  We have a sculptor, textile artist, ceramisist, illustrator etc. etc. all coming together with an easily portable and fun medium.   Ask me for more info.  


(Often working to a theme – this image was half animal half human – mouse and woman in boots.)



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Melbourne, VIC



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