Ana Couper is an artist, ceramicist and curator that has been exhibiting since 2014.
Ana has art and ceramics in private collections all over the world. She exhibited as a solo artist in 2018 at Waikato Museum, Artspost and has an upcoming joint exhibition at Bayclay in Tauranga this year.
Ana works with clay, acrylics and multi media. She builds sculptural clay works and paints with large canvases. Ana is also a human rights advocate and known international author on responsibilities of states.
The piece being exhibited at No Shame No Silence is called “A Thousand Tears” for all the children that have cried while growing up in abusive family environments.