Annie Perkins-Rosenberg "MacNeil’s Saltbush Sootywing"

Annie Perkins-Rosenberg "MacNeil’s Saltbush Sootywing"


Annie Perkins-Rosenberg (Seattle)

MacNeil’s Saltbush Sootywing (Hesperopsis gracielae)
Wood, pen, ink, nature, pins and thread
5” x 5”
ready to hang

Annie’s work is impulsively influenced and respected by nature. She uses creation as a healing method as art is her therapy. Her eye for creativity is dimmed when she is told to follow specific guidelines and rules. Never a fan of planning and sketchbooks, most of her work is done in sporadic bursts.

She adds a dementia to the beauty that is found in nature and reminds the viewer of the harshness that mother nature can offer.

She was born in a small steel town in Northeastern Pennsylvania, migrated to Philadelphia, then to Southern California. Then she roamed to San Francisco, back to that small steel town in Pennsylvania and now she spends her days in her tiny home in Seattle with her two dogs Olaf and Bender, her plants and her partner.

When not she’s creating, Annie is an intuitive healer working with both animals and humans. She runs a website that offers free guided meditations for the chronically ill and those home bound due to chronic illness at

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