"I strive to recreate the awesome beauty that can be found in everyday landscape. I work on emphasizing how natural light and shadow can transform a scene from ordinary to one of intrigue. Through colour and movement of line, I paint to highlight inspiring vignettes happened upon during a walk, hike or everyday scheduled travel. Landscape whose quiet beauty gives pause, and forces a moment of awe and admiration."
Artwork title: Burnt Orange
Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 48" x 60"
Price: $4200 + HST
Anne is an oil painter from Kitchener, Ontario, and has been working as an Artist and Illustrator for over 25 years. Education includes Bachelor of Fine Arts Western ON ’91, OCAD ‘92 and Honours Interpretive Illustration Sheridan College ’94. Anne's illustration credits include national magazines Chatelaine and Canadian Living. Anne also credits Top Ten Artist for the McMichael Gallery fundraiser for both 2017 and 2018, a Paint Ontario 2022 artist, as well as being a selected artist for the KW Art Gallery Annual Black and Gold Gala Fundraiser (2014 to present).
Anne’s impressionistic approach to painting landscape discovered within the everyday makes her work incredibly relatable and has brought her ongoing gallery representation alongside private commissions. Seasonally you can find Anne’s paintings at Oxtongue gallery and craft cabin in Algonquin, along with her line of printed home decor items. She is a returning artist to the local Globe Studios show and is a member of The Artist Critique Group within Kitchener Waterloo
Selection of Recent work