Welcome to ‘Tembo Graphics’ Studio!
Anne Corless founded Tembo Graphics to offer original design and illustration services. Anne also enjoys working in the specialist areas of medical, veterinary, zoological and life sciences.
Based in the UK, she is a Professional Member of the Medical Artists’ Association (UK) and a Registered Medical Illustration Practitioner. She is a Member of the Assocation Europeenes des Illustrateurs Medicaux et Scientifiques, a Member of the Association of Medical Illustrators (USA), Member of the Association of Illustrators (UK), Member of the Portrait Society of America , The Cecilia Beaux Forum and a Member of The Royal College of Midwives.
Artwork ranges from simple line work to complex highly detailed illustrations and can be produced using a variety of media ranging from simple pen and ink or watercolour to multi-layered digital artwork using the Adobe Creative Suite.
Anne’s love of Fine Art also informs her artwork and helps her produce exciting and dynamic artwork. She loves working in the specialist area of wildlife art and is honoured to be a Signature Member of Artists for Conservation and was thrilled to be AFC’s ‘Artist of the month’ in December 2013:
A strong interest in animal art and comparative anatomy resulted in Anne becoming a Founder Member, former Chair for four years and Honorary Life Member of the Association of Animal Artists.
Anne’s love of fine art and the wish to learn more about the ‘business side’ led to Anne joining the Fine Art Trade Guild; she is Chair of the Fine Art Committee and North West Branch Master. Anne is also a Professional Member of The Society For All Artists. Anne is honoured to be a full member of The Writers Guild.
Below: Anne Corless was commissioned by the Wellcome Trust to produce a series of illustrations to show the variations of the human pelvis. All the artwork in the series is available on licence from Wellcome Images.
“Wellcome Images is one of the world’s richest and most unique collections, with themes ranging from medical and social history to contemporary healthcare and biomedical science.”
A recent recommendation:
“We needed some top quality medical illustrations for a high profile popular publication – and we needed it “yesterday”! I still can’t believe our good fortune in finding Anne Corless! She is an absolute delight to work with: gifted to the hilt, extremely knowledgeable and – most importantly – proactive. She produced exactly what we needed, responding quickly and positively to every suggestion from our team. The result is phenomenal.
Gregory A. Barker
PhD Commissioning Editor
Voice Council Magazine Editor, The Ultimate Guide for Singing.
Above: ‘The Ultimate Guide To Singing’ has recently been published………and I am very, very honoured to have been asked to contribute my artwork to this wonderful book!
…..and I just love the video!: http://youtu.be/sN36OT37rj8
Artwork created using my very favourite Adobe Illustrator (Gradient Mesh) with a tiny bit of Photoshop!
‘Artist in Residence’ dates have now been released for 2014!
Please visit ‘Upcoming Events’ to find out more: www.annecorless.com
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Above: Portrait in graphite pencil and charcoal on Bristol Board of David Wareing, Senior Partner, Hill Dickinson LLP who very kindly volunteered to sit for two portrait sessions. Completed at the second portrait sitting during the ‘Live.Art.Liverpool’ Charity Auction on 6th March 2014, the portrait was then auctioned with all proceeds going to The Prince’s Trust. The Mayor of Liverpool opened the Charity Auction, held at the end of a successful two week art exhibition of donated artwork. Thank you to the Live.Art.Liverpool Team from Hill Dickinson LLP for inviting me to take part!
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