After four years studying at Glasgow School of Art Anna Thomson finds herself most attuned to the instinctive process of drawing and painting. Her works are raw and visceral and she uses the immediate nature of drawing to explore her subconscious and perception of self. Thomson considers the body as the centre from which experiences are measured and received. Both personal and universal, her practice aims to express the experiences she finds most enigmatic. She has recently become interested in working with textiles and is currently developing work in her Glasgow studio. Thomson plans to undertake a residency outside of Glasgow in the not so distant future.