Ann Gregory-Larson

  • the drunk and lively bird
    the drunk and lively bird

Adelaide-born artist Ann Gregory-Larson was severely bullied and harassed at school as a child. Throughout her traumatic childhood she struggled to find a way to express herself in the world. She turned to art as a way to break free from her past and from her anxiety. At the age of 15 Ann Gregory-Larson started to incorporate birds into her art work, capturing  their cheeky personalities in each piece of work. She strives to capture flitting moments from her past and transform them into unique fantasy-based landscapes.