An Morison is from and of the Australian country and bush. Her childhood in Inverell had a freedom that fostered her embrace of nature and earth, animals, people and visual arts. An works with rare woods, stone and precious metal to create wearable designs of strength, simplicity and beauty. Hardwoods such as ebony, rosewood, maple, and eucalyptus burl are combined with sterling silver, stone, and resin to create works. Her contemporary jewellery design is influenced by, among others, the intersecting planes and lines of the Modernists and sculptural forms of Richard Long and the Earth Art Movement. An’s work has been exhibited by galleries in Western Australia, Melbourne, and Sydney and is in many private collections.
Originally trained in Spain as a Montessori teacher, An’s design skills have been honed during courses in modern bespoke shoe making and design, silver smithing workshops and a period of collaboration in design and craft with her partner Ben Hall, an architect, artist, craftsman and designer.
An’s work has been exhibited by galleries in Western Australia, Melbourne, and Sydney and is in many private collections.