Hailing from the North Shore of Oahu, pop artist Annie Griffeth creates ink, acrylic, and oil artworks that reflect her Hawaiian and Asian-inspired aesthetic.
Her works are allegorical in nature and employ symbolism to speak on social issues, transformative life events, and every day joys and challenges.
HER WORK INCLUDES:
Pen and Ink Drawings
Acrylic and Oil Paintings
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"My work is a conversation about things that give our lives purpose. No matter how different we are, we all share experiences that make us feel vulnerable or fierce, that give us strength or cause us pain, and are the reason why we are who we are today. I use symbols, colors, and words to communicate my thoughts, and if you find yourself understanding, relating to, or just "getting it" then we've both found a friend."
Annie and her husband were the 2019 gala Co-Chairs for Equest, a Dallas non-profit that rehabilitates children and adults with cognitive, emotional, and physical challenges, as well as veterans, first responders, and active duty military through equestrian facilitated therapies.
Annie is a volunteer teacher at Jubilee Park & Community Center during the summer, teaching art to grades K-8.
In 2020, Annie and the rest of the ALG Collective will be the Art Chairs for Dwell with Dignity.