Annika Connor’s paintings depict a fascination with beauty and decadence. Overall, they seem to be fragments from a daydream, which portray a longing for a time of romance and pleasure.
In 2002, Annika received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago where she studied painting and philosophy. Since then, Annika has worked professionally as a painter in New York and London and participated in numerous national and international exhibitions while reviews and publication of her work have appeared in many print, Internet and local publications. Annika Connor is Swedish-American; she currently resides in Manhattan where she maintains an active studio.
In addition to her work in the studio, Annika is also heavily involved in sustaining the art community in which she creates. As a supporter of the art she admires, Annika is a Young Fellow of the Frick Collection, on the Guggenheim’s Young Collectors Council & Acquisitions Committee, The Roundtable Committee of the National Arts Club, and is a member of: the National Arts Club, Screen Actor’s Guild, New York Film Society, Emerging Leaders of the New York Arts, Arts & Business Council, and the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts. Annika also instructs art and is a professor of watercolor painting at Sessions College for Professional Design.
Furthermore, Annika is the Owner/President of AI Productions, an emerging corporation whose mission is to serve the artistic community by facilitating the presence and publication of young talented artists and educating the public about their work.
To learn more about AI Productions, Inc. please visit www.aiproductions.org.