Résumé

Elan Magazine, January 2014, Featured Artist Article by Gale Waldron

Born in Indianapolis, Indiana

 "Energy - Up Close and Complicated with H. K. Anne" 

Education

 Western Connecticut State University, MFA (Painting)

Sarah Lawrence CollegeBA (Focus on 19th Century European Art History and Studio Arts)

Indiana University, AGS (General Studies)

Indianapolis Museum of Art, Docent (1976-1990)

Current memberships

Studio Artist Member of the Workhouse Arts Center, a Program of the Lorton Arts Foundation, February 2009 to Present

Member of College Art Association (CAA) since 2005. Participated in 2007 Boston Symposium

Member of Washington Project for the Arts (WPA), Washington, DC

Member of Loudoun Arts Council, Leesburg, Virginia

Member of Loudoun Sketch Club, Loudoun County, Virginia

 

Residences and Awards

"Wetlands" triptych selected Best in Show for "Large Works Member Exhibition," The Art League at the Torpedo Factory, Alexandria, VA, 2013                   click here for The Art League's blog Q & A with H. K. Anne

Vermont Studio Center, Artist's Award, Johnson, VT, 2011

Annmarie Gardens associated with the Smithsonian Institution, "Living Gallery," Solomons, MD, 2010

FAWC, Fine Arts Work Center, Provincetown, MA, 2005 and 2002



 
Publications

"Perhaps this is for lack of a better word but H.K. Anne’s paintings were impressionist— large scale, but intricate and emotive scenery. It sounds like something we’ve seen a million times before, but this was assuredly special. They contained an impacting beauty and an excellence of skill."

          Jane Potthast, Gallery Review: TheWorkhouse Arts Center              The Pink Project, July 7, 2013

"...H. K. Anne's muscularly expressionistic oil of a gnarled tree rising as sinuously as one of EgonSchiele's figures out of packed snow..."

Gallery & Studio, Ed McCormack,The World of the Working Artist, June/July/August, 2006, Vol. 8 No. 5. New York

Photographer's Forum Magazine, 25th Annual College Photography Contest - Finalist selection. Best of College Photography Annual 2005.