Anna-Maija Reés, born in Helsinki, Finland, is architect and sculptor. She finished her Masters in Polytechnical University of Lund, Sweden 1982. 1994 she entered in an art school in Lübeck, Germany, to study ceramics and sculpture.
Since then she has combined her two professions ‘which go hand in hand’, as she expresses it. ‘Both professions are integrated with mathematics, volumes, understanding of materials and esthetics.’
During her carrier as sculptor, she has expressed her creativity in materials like, ceramics, bronze and stone. In her latest abstractions she uses stainless steel, giving new dimensions for her work.
Her sculptures are related to nature, partly consisting of impressionist forms and in the other hand of the principles of Fibonacci code and the golden ratio.