Anne Russells works of nature do not seek to describe experience or phenomena but only to share them simply directly and truthfully
Like the japanese for m of poetry known as "haiku" a picture is too small to describe everything fully.I choose the barest detail, and to not otherwise overcrowd it with description .
I depict what I see and how I see it . But not an entire bluebell wood or the profusion of spring blossom but these things taken into my heart and my life ,brought home to be recorded and presented as icons , to be meditated and enjoyed as intermediaries between the world outside and the inner world.