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“As the artistic perspective of my youth makes its metamorphosis into the vantage point of a seasoned elder, I rejoice, remember, and renew. Imagery, like a pictorial journal, has chronicled my journey thus far. I reflect with gratitude upon the life of creative expression that I have been so blessed to enjoy, and look forward with anticipation to that which is yet to emerge.”
Anne began her career as a silkscreen artist. After 25 years of printmaking, she now works with watercolor where she builds successive layers of color to create her vibrant, rich, and detailed paintings. She has lived in Boulder since 1976 and finds inspiration in the natural beauty of Colorado. On her many walks and hikes throughout the area, Anne is always on the lookout for new imagery. Light, shadows, rocks, water, mountains, canyons, wildlife and whimsy are all part of Anne’s subject matter and she brings her own unique vision to her work.
When not painting landscapes, she turns to creating whimsical images of various scenes from her imagination, ranging from portraying the quiet corners of people's lives to cartoon like characters who have resided in her mind for a long time.
She is an award winning artist and the eight time poster artist for the Bolder Boulder 10K Memorial Day Race, one of the largest road races in the United States.
It is her intent for those who view her art to experience the happiness she felt as she created each of her paintings.
13x16" / Original Watercolor / Framed /A small building from the past that has survived the passage of time on South Boulder Road.
16x32" / Original Watercolor / A magnificent light over the foothills of Boulder, CO.
15" x 23" / As I took an early morning walk at one of my favorite places, Ghost Ranch in New Mexico, I came across these unshorn sheep enjoying the springtime pasture. I stood and watched them for ...
15" x 23" / One of the most fabulous places in Colorado if not anywhere in the world to see a concert is at the Red Rocks Amphitheatre near Morrison, Colorado. In this painting, if you look careful...
18 x 21" / Original Watercolor / Framed "A Different Kind of Fire" offers hope in the aftermath of chaos, and is the final painting in my "Tribute to Marshall: A Journey through Healing" series. Th...
8 x 10" / Framed archival giclee print from original watercolor / painted on site at Chautauqua Park, Boulder
12 x 15" Framed archival giclée print of original watercolor. 8 x 10 and 12 x 15 print sizes available
16.5 x 16" / watercolorWe all walk down this road through the seasons of our life. The foreground starts out with springtime, progressing through the years until we come to the winter vignette in t...