FEATURED ARTIST Annya Sand
When it comes to my work, the process of creation itself is what excites me the most.
Annya Sand took part in the 2016 UNESCO Colours for the Planet project in Andorra, and her work was subsequently exhibited at the UN headquarters in New York in September 2016. Previous works have appeared in governmental institutions and leading international art fairs, from The Houses of Parliament, to Masterpiece and Lapada Art Fairs in London, to AHAF Hong Kong and Art Bahrain as well as museums and private collections worldwide.
Annya has always been passionate about the interrelations between art and politics. Having studied and practiced art in her father’s studio since very young age, Annya later enrolled to study international business in London, which was followed by studying International Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Having remained an artist throughout her studies, and having decided to develop her artistic ability further, Annya also studied drawings and sculpture at London’s Central Saint Martins and is continuing her art education with an MA at the CSM.