Annette Pugh is an established artist and educator living and working in Birmingham, with significant experience across all age and ability sectors of art education.
Annette is an active member of Birmingham Artspace and exhibits widely. Her own practice consists of painting and photography and she has received Masters degrees in both Fine Art and Art and Design histories.
Annette’s work engages with lost identities, restlessness and uncertain moments. It relies heavily on the development of the photographic image, and its relationship to drawing, painting and film. Her current work uses a range of archive sources and investigates the point at which, and how an image becomes more than just a copy.
Pugh re-contextualises imagery to create new narratives and her works in all media draw upon the notion of collective memory and a sense of place.