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MOST RECENT EXHIBITIONS
August 2015.
Participation in the ARS ET NATURA exhibition at the Kaz Zanana Gallery in the Seychelles.
http://arsetnaturaseychelles.blogspot.it/2015/08/opening-kaz-zanana-gallery-ars-et.html
Below a link to photos of the Seychelles http://www.repubblica.it/speciali/arte/gallerie/2015/09/02/foto/seychelles_arte-122074569/1/#1

January 2015
Participation in the exhibition and presentation of the book SEYCHELLES at the Sala Margana, Roma

December 2011· Participated in the Christmas exhibition held by the Jane Neville Gallery in Uplyme, Dorset.

August 2011·
"Bronzes, Paintings and Monotypes" One-woman show in Sarteano, Italy held by the Gallery "Acero Rosso"

ONE-WOMAN EXHIBITIONS SINCE 1983
A summer season exhibition of select bronzes at INNCASA, Orvieto.
2016 Gallery Acero Rosso, Sarteano, Italy
2015 Gallery Acero Rosso, Sarteano, Italy
2013 Gallery Acero Rosso, Sarteano, Italy
2012 Gallery Acero Rosso, Sarteano, Italy
2011 · Gallery Acero Rosso, Sarteano, Italy
2009 · "Light on White", Exhibition of swan paintings. The Wildlife Art Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk.
2004 · The Jane Neville Gallery, Hawksworth, Notts.
2003 · Galleria Antonio Parronchi, Florence
2002 · De Twee Pauwen Gallery, The Hague
2001 · The Jane Neville Gallery, Aslockton, Notts.
1995 · Galerie Etienne de Causans, Paris
1993 · L’Accademia Italiana, London
1992 · The Jane Neville Gallery, Aslockton
1990 · The Jane Neville Gallery, London
1989 · The Jane Neville Gallery, Aslockton
1987 · The Jane Neville Gallery, London
1987 · The Jane Neville Gallery, Aslockton
1986 · The Look Gallery, Helmseley, Yorks.
1986 · The J.R.Leigh Gallery, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA
1985 · L’Età dell’Acquario, Florence
1983 · The King Street Gallery, London
1975 to 1982 · Various in Britain

ONE-WOMAN EXHIBITIONS OF BRONZE SCULPTURES

2003 · Galleria Antonio Parronchi, Florence
2000 · De Twee Pauwen Gallery, The Hague
1999 · Contemporary Art Centre, Schalkwijk, Holland
1999 · The Dorset County Museum, Dorchester
1998 · Wilton House, Wilton, Wiltshire
1998 · The Edwin Young Trust Galleries, Salisbury

GROUP EXHIBITIONS OF PAINTINGS AND DRAWINGS, 1984 - 2012
Birds in Art - The Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, Wisconsin, USA.
Gallery "Acero Rosso", Sarteano, Italy
The Wildlife Gallery of Art, Lavenham, Suffolk.
The Verrocchio Centre of Art, Casole D'Elsa, Italy
The Grand Central Galleries, New York
The Royal Society of Wildlife Artists, London
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, London
The Pastel Society, London
The Jane Neville Gallery, Aslockton, Notts.
The Jane Neville Gallery, Hawkesworth, Notts. and Snitterfield, Warwickshire.
The Mall Galleries, London
The Wildlife Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk
The Peter Hedley Gallery, Wareham, Dorset
Kunstzaal Van Heijningen, The Hague, Holland
Museum Møhlmann, Venhuizen, Holland
Müllertentoonstellingen, The Hague, Holland
Galerie De Twee Pauwen, The Hague, Holland
L’Età dell’Acquario, Florence, Italy
La Biennale di Scultura, Padua, Italy
‘Visions from Italy’, Canary Wharf Tower, London

GROUP EXHIBITIONS OF SCULPTURE, 1995-2012
The Red Orb exhibition, Swanage, Dorset, GB
The Blake Gallery, York, GB
Kunstzaal Van Heijningen, The Hague, Holland
The Contemporary Art Centre, Schalkwijk, Holland
De Twee Pauwen Gallery, The Hague, Holland
The Garden Gallery, Stockbridge, Hants.
The Wildlife Gallery, Lavenham, Suffolk
The Peter Hedley Gallery, Wareham, Dorset
The Blake Gallery, York
C’Arte d’Identità, Pietrasanta, Italy
ANNE SHINGLETON
was born in 1953 Salisbury. Most of her childhood was spent on a Dorset farm surrounded by animals. After having earned a degree in zoology at Swansea University, she moved to Florence in 1980 to study classical art techniques under the renowned teacher Nerina Simi (1890-1987). Since 1982 she has been living in Tuscany between Florence and Siena. Starting with her first one-woman exhibition in Kings Street in London in 1983, her oils, drawings, pastels, etchings and, more recently, bronze sculptures (see her book, Twenty-Four Bronzes) have found large and loyal followings in Britain, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and North America.
In the past twelve years her bronzes, cast in Italy by two of Europe’s best foundries, have had much acclaim in Italian and German critical and collecting circles. In 1997 she was elected a member of the Royal British Society of Sculptors. Recent corporate commissions for classical life-size portraits in bronze have attracted wide attention and praise, but she also continues to paint, perfecting her exceptional skills in rendering animals and light, often in a very Tuscan setting.
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