Anna grew up in sunny Australia but has since settled in less sunny Bristol. With a degree in fine art from the National Art School in Sydney, she's an impeccable draughts-woman with a flair for combining luminous realism with confident brush and pencil marks. With clients like Penguin, The Guardian and Bloomingdales under her belt and a folio that spans from high fashion to editorial work, it's that versatile elegance which makes her stand out from the crowd.
Reminiscent of a famed 1960's Free Love aesthetic that made its way onto some of the most famous album covers in the...
Reminiscent of Bridget Riley and M.C Eshcer, this kaleidoscopic portrait is part psychedelic, part pure elegance. With...
The stunning realism of Higgie's draughtsmanship is undercut by the geometric patterns she lays over her images. The...
Higgie's elegant montage of shapes, forms and beautifully draughted portrait pull together to form an intriguing...