My work can be thought of as both expressionist and minimal. In the oil paintings I use large brushes to create highly energized gestures that intimate patterns in architecture and nature. Color serves to create a window onto natural space and light. In my Sumi ink drawings and monotypes I play with seemingly simple arched forms that provide a skeleton for the more developed color work on canvas.
— Anne Russinof, 2019
Anne Russinof lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Originally from Chicago, she is a graduate of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and received an MFA from Pratt Institute. Russinof has been a resident at the Yaddo and Millay Art Colonies, and is a member of American Abstract Artists. Supporting herself as a designer for print and web, she also maintains a blog called Gallery Travels that features mostly abstract painting shown in NYC. Her work is available online at IdeelArt, 1stdibs, Artsy and more, and she recently completed a suite of etchings at VanDeb Editions.