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Jul 14, 21

Anne Neilson Fine Art proudly presents Wavelength. Our summer exhibition features artwork inspired by the connective properties of water: our intrinsic draw to the sea, the surf, and the great oceanic expanse. Brand new work showcases the wide subject matter our artists capture, ranging from plein-air landscapes to abstracted wax painting all the way to […]


Mixing & Matching Artwork In Your Home

Jul 6, 21

When collecting original artwork it is important to collect pieces that you speak to you. If you can’t stop thinking about that piece you saw in the window, that is the perfect sign it was meant for you! Your collection should be indicative of who you are and evolve over time. Mixing and matching art […]


Father’s Day Gift Guide

Jun 1, 21

With Father’s day approaching the search for the perfect gift begins. This year, give him a piece of artwork that will be remembered and enjoyed for many years to come. When you purchase from Anne Neilson Fine Art, not only are you giving the gift of original art but also giving back to the community. […]


Warm Waters: Judith Judy

Jul 8, 20

Judith Judy is a Northern Virginia-based oil painter who composes imaginary landscape scenes using soft forms and light, transporting viewers to memories of places they’ve visited or dreams of places they haven’t. In a review of Judith Judy’s work, Mark Jenkins, art critic for the Washington Post, wrote: “Her warm, radiant landscapes aren’t modeled on particular […]


Warm Waters: Daniela Schweitzer

Jul 7, 20

Daniela Schweitzer is a Los Angeles-based artist classically trained with a focus on figurative and non-representational abstract paintings. Daniela draws inspiration from the energetic, vibrant colors of her upbringing in Argentina. She uses bold colors and brush strokes in her gestural paintings that tell real and imagined stories inspired by the simplicity of everyday happenings […]


WARM WATERS: Dusty Griffith

Jun 26, 20

Dusty is an encaustic* artist based out of Georgia who has been creating art for over 20 years. His goal as an artist is to have the viewer become aware that through a three dimensional world we have access to a world that can’t be seen. His work are unique creations that use depth, form, […]



Jun 19, 20

Kerry Hays holds a B.A from the University of Georgia. Her work has been included in numerous exhibitions throughout the Southeastern U.S. She works from her studio, The Biltmore, a Midtown Atlanta landmark built in 1924, and welcomes visitors by appointment. She is known for her geometric abstracts — harsh edged shapes fall into one […]


Warm Waters: Allison Luce

May 30, 20

ANFA welcomes another new artist to our roster for the exhibition WARM WATERS. Allison graduated with dual BFA degrees in Painting and Art History from Ohio University, and an MFA from Hunter College, City University of New York. An avid traveler, Allison has visited over 25 countries, deeply inspired by myriad forms of marine life […]


Warm Waters: Jonathan Smith

May 24, 20

Jonathan Smith is one of ANFA’s newest artists for our current exhibition, WARM WATERS. He is an award winning film photographer originally from the UK and currently residing in Brooklyn, NY. We are more than thrilled to have him as a new addition to our roster. How did you become ‘exposed’ to photography and what […]


Artist Spotlight: our very own, Anne Neilson

Apr 9, 20

If you haven’t already, meet Anne Neilson, owner of ANFA, artist, author, and philanthropist. She is dedicated to making ANFA a lighthouse in the community by giving back through art. She paints with both passion and purpose. Where does the inspiration from your Angels come from? “Over 19 years ago when I picked my brushes up and […]