anna galea


anna galea

ANNA GALEA, born 1958, was privately tutored by Sarah Warren, Harry Alden and Anton Calleja, and attended periodically the Malta School of Art. She participated in several painting workshops including ones organised by the University of Malta, and holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History of Art and Archaeology. Anna is presently reading for a Master's Degree in Creativity and Innovation at the University of Malta.

Anna has held three solo exhibitions, the latest being that held at the National Museum of Fine Arts in 2003. She has participated in exhibitions in France and Australia, and represented Malta at exhibitions held at the EU Parliament building in Brussels, at the Palace Kheridiene in Tunis and also at the Salone Borromini in Piazza della Chiesa Nuova in Rome, apart from participating in several other collective exhibitions in Malta and Gozo.


In 2003 she won the National Art Competition organised by the Malta Society of Arts. In 2002 and 2004 she was awarded the Watercolour First Prize in the Silver Palette Competition and in 1999 she won the Best Watercolour Award in an exhibition organised by the British Residents’ Association.

Anna Galea‘s work has been published by International Artist Publishers USA (publishers of the highly acclaimed International Artist magazine distributed worldwide) in books issued in 2005. Two of her paintings were chosen for reproduction on telephone cards.

Anna’s watercolours can be found in various private collections of prominent art collectors in Malta and abroad, in Palaces, Museums and Banks.