Anne Grahams research interests focus on an investigation of identity and space, she is particularly concerned with creativity and its role in the formation of identity. She creates portraits of people, their histories, their environments and their spaces. These portrait/installations are intended to embrace many aspects of the subject but they are also intended to have universal applicability so that the viewer might feel that these works also resonate with their own life.
Anne Graham has exhibited in many curated exhibitions and created major public artworks nationally and internationally. She has worked extensively in Japan, China, Sweden and France undertaking many commissions and residencies, including a residency from The Power Institute of Fine Arts at The Cite in Paris. She has recently exhibited work at Bathurst, Tamworth and Wollongong Regional Galleries and exhibited extensively with the local artists group Modern Art Projects Blue Mountains.