In this artist film, Anna Ray talks about her practice and working processes as part of her solo exhibition Fibre and Form at the St Albans Museum + Gallery. This film, titled 'In the studio, where I belong' provides a fascinating opportunity to meet the artist behind the exhibition and to find out more about what inspires her.

About the artist

Anna Ray studied BA (Hons) and MFA Tapestry at Edinburgh College of Art in 1994-1999. Over the last 25 years she has been granted major awards for her work and has exhibited nationally and internationally in both fine-art and applied-art contexts. Exhibitions, residencies and commissions include artist-in-residence at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show (2015-16), ‘Entangled: Threads & Making’, Turner Contemporary, Margate (2017), ‘Loom’ commission for Facebook London Offices (2020), ‘On Tenterhooks’ solo exhibition, Brookfield Properties Crafts Council Collection Award, (2021) and ‘Fibre and Form’ solo exhibition, St Albans Museum + Gallery (2021).