Anne has been a hand papermaker for 27 years. During the last 15 years, she has incorporated alternative photography, finding that the two media complement each other.
Anne received her BA in Design from UCLA . Her papermaking training includes Carriage House (Brookline, MA), Fabriano (Italy), Taos Paperworks (New Mexico), and workshops in Italy and France sponsored by the International Association of Papermakers (IAPMA). Her alternative photographic specialties include cyanotype, gum bichromate, and van Dyke emulsions.
Selected exhibitions include:
- Breaking the Mould (United Kingdom), in a traveling exhibition sponsored by IAPMA;
- International Exhibition & Symposium for Paper Art (Cheongju, Korea), paper/alt photo piece;
- Alternative & Early Processes, The Camera Club, (London, England), where Anne won the Bronze Medal.
Anne taught both papermaking and cyanotype printing for three years at the Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center (Birmingham, Michigan). Previously, she taught workshops at the Banff Center for the Arts (Canada), Middle Tennessee State University, and the University of the South (Sewanee, Tennessee).
Currrently Anne is teaching paper making at the Washington Heights Art Center in Lakewood, Colorado.
She continues working and showing in Denver, Colorado, where she has excellent light for photography and a dry atmosphere for paper making.
Click here for a complete resume.