Originally from Scotland, Annette Palmer now lives in Magnolia, Texas where she
creates her collectable fine art pieces for gallery exhibitions and private collections. Her
semi abstract land and sea scape paintings, inspired by relationships, distance and the
spaces in-between, feature elements of antique ephemera, collage and metallic details.
Her formal art education took place at Edinburgh College of Art/Heriot Watt University,
in Scotland’s capital, graduating with a BA Honors degree in 1989. Annette went on to travel, eventually running her own design company in Singapore.
Since returning “home” to Texas in 2016, Annette previously taught in many of The
Woodlands private schools, as well as teaching adults from her studio.
In addition to a lengthy exhibiting history which includes solo shows at Houston’s Jung
Center, Archway Gallery and Glade Gallery in The Woodlands, she has also showcased her work internationally.
Annette has curated for art galleries and exhibition spaces, including H&H&8, St Luke’s
Hospital, Glade Gallery, Archway Gallery, and The Woodlands Arts Council.
As well as painting and curating, she has served as a juror for numerous art
competitions and writes monthly arts and culture articles for The Woodlands City Lifestyle Magazine.