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Artist Anna Lomax combines the bold and the beautiful

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11:50 AM | 23 May 2017
by Hollie Wong
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Anna Lomax, artist and designer combines weird and wonderful objects to complete her vision.

Barrier-breaking pieces, bright lights and playful sets, this can only be the work of Artist and Designer, Anna Lomax.

Fascinated by pop culture and ‘the readymade’, Anna’s work involves the placing of unlikely objects, textures and colours into new environments.

Her work revels in humour and playfulness and takes inspiration from the old, the new, the mundane and often questions the notion of luxury.

Born and bred in South London, from still life to large scale sculptural inspiration, Anna has worked with the likes SelfridgesLancome, and Vanity Fair.

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