Aubree-Anna's Classic Big Band Concert Clips
Rough You Up
He's My Bacon
"Country Music News" with Aubree-Anna TV Show Airing on TCN - Highlights
(This show won a Telly Award)
Music is my Life...
Love is my Mission...
Born and raised in San Antonio, TX, Aubree-Anna was first placed in a foster home (her foster parents named her Elizabeth) and she was adopted at 17 days old by beautiful blond hair, blue eyed, pianist MaryLynne & Air force Officer (now retired Lt. Col), Dr. Steve Wilson. Her mother was told she only had one year to live after almost dying giving birth to her brother, so after many years later of living she pursued her dream of having a girl through adoption. Her mother had a distinct dream of a toddler, with no face but long curly brown hair, so from the moment she first laid eyes on baby Aubree-Anna she knew it was meant to be. They named her after the song “Aubrey” by the group “Bread” and she grew up in a musical home, filled with memories of her mother playing and teaching piano. Today, Aubree-Anna attributes her keen pitch and tone to her mother’s playing.
AUBREE-ANNA'S ARTWORK GALLERY
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Aubree-Anna is so fun and full of life, laughter, and smiles all the time, so it is interesting to note that a lot of her paintings are quite serious.
Her use of color and interpretation of emotion, especially in the eyes, is unique to her individual style.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
More Than a Singer
A True Artist...
In every sense of the word. Aubree-Anna is a true artist. In addition to being a gifted singer, entertainer and a natural on camera. She has headlined alongside Grammy award winners, WinStar World Casino & Resort (The largest Casino in the world), The historic Warwick Melrose Hotel in Dallas, she graced the cover of D Magazine's prestigious "Best of Big D" issue as the Best Lounge Singer in Dallas, she was awarded her own F.A.M.E. Star Plaque Award in Hollywood, CA, and hosted & produced her own show called "Country Music News with Aubree-Anna" on The Country Network (TCN) - this show won a Telly Award. Please see full bio & information at Aubree-Anna's website here: (www.aubree-anna.com). In addition to all this she is also an amazing visual artist. Adopted as baby afforded her a unique outlook on life and the world around her. She did her first drawing when she was just 2 years old. She began to cultivate her craft with drawing, pencil to charcoal, and then moved into water colors. She soon after found her love for acrylic and oil paints and mixed-media. Aubree-Anna specializes in color and black and white, Acrylic and Oil paintings of people, with a passion for women, children, the elderly, and multi-cultures around the world. Aubree-Anna's recent findings from Ancestry DNA has unearthed a whole unknown lineage of heritage for which she now understands where her passion stems from, to create this original art.
“When I work with color, I like bold and bright, like my personality. But then black & white is cool because it forces you to become blind to color and use more imagination. I love to paint eyes - they tell everything about a person, you can see deep into their soul. Therefore, I hope that when I paint eyes, people will be able to see into the painting, and what I was trying to express through it. I tend to work large scale on big canvases—not working smaller than a 16 X 20, preferably a 20 X 30 or larger. It’s funny though, ever since I started painting, that I always seem to go off the canvas—the larger the canvas, the less room I seem to have!”
Aubree-Anna's painting style can best be described as “Impressionism” or “Contemporary". She uses very expressive brush stokes, and experimentation that combines different styles into one, making it very unique. She calls her paintings “Expressive & Emotional”. Aubree-Anna works from pictures a lot, and likes to combine features of different people to create someone new.
Please refer to the FAQ page for questions on process, and information on museum quality prints, whether canvas or paper prints. Also, you have an option with each artwork piece to click on "See Your Painting in a Space". This amazing feature will allow you to get inspiration and see what your print will look like in a relative space to the size to better see what size is best for you.
ABOUT MUSEUM QUALITY PRINTS
HAVE A PIECE OF AUBREE-ANNA'S ARTWORK FOR YOUR VERY OWN
Each original artwork is carefully duplicated to look like the original canvas, down to the color, detail, and hand brush strokes that Aubree-Anna adds to each giclee painting replica. Aubree-Anna also hand signs each piece of artwork. It will be like having your very own original artwork piece from Aubree-Anna hanging in your home or office. These replicas are museum quality canvas or museum quality paper prints. Some art will be original replicas from scratch on canvas, and therefore the pricing will be different. All of these art pieces whether museum prints or original from scratch, makes a perfect and one of a kind gift to yourself or someone else.
Turn Around Time:
Generally 4-6 weeks depending on painting. Need it expedited? Need a smaller or larger size of a piece you see in Art Gallery? Please contact to discuss.
Should I choose paper or canvas art print?
What is a canvas print?
A canvas print is an image printed on woven fabric that is often stretched or rolled. Stretched canvas is the canvas material stretched over a wooden frame (also known as stretcher bars) and is ready-to-hang; it’s great for an instant gallery-style display. Rolled canvas, or unstretched canvas, is just the canvas itself without the stretcher bars – ideal for prints that don’t require stretching and framing just yet. You can do it yourself later on, but we highly recommend seeking help from a professional framer for best results.
Canvas prints do not need glass frames, which makes them lighter than glass-framed prints. Instead, they receive a coating to protect them from scratches or smudges, and can be displayed in any kind of lighting without glare or reflection. While canvas prints don’t require frames, you can still choose to display them in a frame of your choice. There are various styles available in the marketplace that can instantly change the overall look.
Printing on canvas may be more expensive up front, but when you consider the cost of glass frames for fine art prints, canvas becomes more budget-friendly in the long run.
Timeless appeal Canvas print is a classic piece of art that can make any area look like a gallery. Its texture is one of its most appealing features offering a tactile sensation that adds dimension to an otherwise flat picture. The way light reflects off the canvas surface gives the print a rich depth in color and sophisticated feel.
Long-lasting Canvas is sturdy and durable, making it an ideal option for prints that will last over time. It isn’t as prone to yellowing, fading, creases, and damages as much as paper is, so you don’t need heavy glass frames to protect it.
What is a paper print?
A fine art paper print is an image printed on acid free paper using archival quality ink. This combination prevents the print from yellowing or fading and has a much longer lifespan than other types of paper. These materials are often used to produce “museum quality” prints.
Traditional medium Fine art paper prints are a versatile print medium because they are accessible to many and appeal to most people. Paper has been widely used for image reproduction since olden times and remains one of the best and most popular options, especially for photography.
Countless options for frames Frames are easily interchangeable, allowing you to choose different styles depending on the occasion, your room’s décor, or your personal taste. The best part about framed pictures is that they work well in any area of your home because you can easily change them out according to the mood of your space. And with paper prints, you can either change the print or the frame with ease.
While they are both amazing, they each offer different benefits. One thing in common is that they both make beautiful artwork. Whenever you decide to buy, make sure to determine what’s significant to you. We hope this helps in learning about the differences between paper and canvas prints and assist you to choose the best product for your needs.