The painter Anna Pugh, born 1938, is admired as a colourist and storyteller. In 20 years, Anna Pugh has produced over 200 paintings, all in private collections in Great Britain, Europe and North America. Anna Pugh's paintings show the commonplace enlivened by touches of the surreal. They are pictures that people enjoy living with, recording the countryside; the flora and fauna and the changing seasons.
"The best joy in my garden is when it buzzes with bees and flies and lacewings and beetles; when the marjoram is alive with things crawling and hopping and flying. I think insects are the stuff of life."