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Anna Breizh

To celebrate the 1505 Tour around Brittany (Tro Breizh) that was made by the reigning Duchess Anne de Bretagne, the City of Vannes and the Institut Culturel de Bretagne organised an exhibition. Anna’s painting ‘ Anna Breizh war hent ar seizh sant diazezer’ was awarded second prize.

In 2015, Anna was invited to take part Jersey Arts Centre Imprint exhibition.

The brief was to show a broad cross section of printmaking, including: etching, lino cut and lithography, as well as digital work.

The Jersey Arts Centre wanted to give the exhibition an educational angle and asked Anna to include preparatory work; sketches and also an explanation of the process.

Tonight we fly

Circuits de découverte d’Audierne - Tro Gwaien 

Conception, création et réalisation de trois parcours illustrés sur les quartiers historiques, maritimes et ruraux d'Audierne et d'Esquibien.

In February 2021, Anna was commissioned by the Mairie of Audierne-Esquibien - Finistère - to create a map of the three walks around the towns. She was given 'carte blanche' to design and illustrate the historical, maritime and country circuits, working alongside specialists for the accompanying texts. 

The published leaflets are available in the Offices de Tourisme du Cap Sizun.

In March 2020, France decided to put all its population in confinement in order to prevent the spread of the pandemic, Covid 19.

The Lockdown was severe and fines fell heavily on the population. We were allowed out of our homes, a few hundred metres only, once a day and for one hour maximum (plus all the necessary paperwork).

March 2020

"I decided to start a series of paintings “Each day has a purpose; one day at a time” to try to ease the despair that we all encountered and to share them through Social Media. Finding a theme and an image for every day was a wonderful experience. Seeing people’s reactions confirmed the joy of communicating through art."

- Anna Le Moine Gray

First exhibition of the artist collective Pevarzek in the Château de Tronjoly in Gourin (Morbihan).
Anna was invited in 2021 by the Institut Culturel de Bretagne and the association Histoire et Culture
de Bretagne to become a founding member of this group in order to prepare for the hundredth
anniversary of the birth of the Seiz Breur.

They wished to echo the approach of this Breton artistic movement, giving rise to the association
Pevarzek ("fourteen" in Breton, like the number of founding members).
The group brings together nine artists/craftspeople/designers - as well as members supporting the
project - from the five departments of Brittany and the vast majority of its members speak the
Breton language.