Anne Mimi Sammis

Renowned artist Anne Mimi Sammis began her career in landscape painting and then expanded her artistic vision to include bronze sculptures.

Using the lost wax process, Ms. Sammis creates bronzes that are full of energy and movement. Each one reveals a celebration of life. The influence of Rodin and Degas can be seen in the solidity and delicacy of her work, yet her sense of balance and movement is unique.

Sammis’ work is well known and collected throughout the world. Her sculpture He Has The Whole World In His Hands was commissioned by the Archbishop of Canterbury for Queen Elizabeth in honor of her Golden Jubilee in 2002 and is on permanent display at Lambeth Palace in London, England.