Bretten–Anne obtained her Fine Arts Degree from Rhodes University in 1991 and went on to complete a Higher Diploma in Art Education with three distinctions in 1994.
Her work varies from figurative and contemporary images to commissions for clients. Her works are in private collections nationally and abroad. She has held eight solo exhibitions of which a highlight in her career was a solo, titled: Fragments of Land, at the William Humphreys National Gallery. Kimberley, in 2016
Current gallery representation
Grande Provence Franschoek.
Art It Is Gallery, Cape Town.
Art It Is Gallery, Gauteng.
GFI Gallery, Port Elizabeth.
She has participated in group shows in Port Elizabeth at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan Art Museum, Textures Gallery, Cuyler Street Gallery, Ron Belling Gallery, Montage Gallery, the Athenaeum, ARTEC and GFI Gallery.
Selection and participation in curated shows nationally
Collective 2018, curated by Anthony Harris and Mike Spittal RK Contemporary, Riebeek Kasteel.
WoordFees 2017, curated exhibitions by Alex Hamilton.
Emergent, curated by Jandre Pieters and BA Moolman Art It Is Gallery, Gauteng 2017.
Modern Miniatures, curated by BA Moolman and Cedric Vanderlinden, Art on Target PE, National Arts festival Grahamstown, GFI Gallery, PE 2017.
Expressions 2010, curated by Anthony Harris GFI Gallery.
Previous Exhibition Representation
Cape Town: Everard Read, These Four Walls Gallery, Café Olympia and The Cape Art Gallery.
Pretoria: Pretoria Arts Association, Stuart Trent Gallery, Art Lovers 1932 Gallery
Graaff Reinet: Imibala Gallery.
She runs private art classes for students and adults from her new venue Art on Target at 2 Target Kloof, Essexvale in Port Elizabeth.