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  • Playful Floral 

Ann's New Fine Art

North Shore of

Lake Superior


  • Still Life with Rosy Finch
  • 20 X 16


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Tulips #3


New Art

Bird Bath - Watercolor
Yellow Roses

30 X 40 " Acrylic Canvas


"the analysis of the order and position of layers of archaeological remains"


MN Lake

small work from my sketch pad

    Birds of a Feather

    Acrylic on canvas

    2022 Artist Statement

    Seeing a sunset and painting it on site is not the same as painting in my studio. The emotional connection is very real in an outdoor setting. To hear the frogs by a lake, to feel the crisp Minnesota air, to bask in the sunshine, and to touch the waving grasses, all make my creativity soar. This is why I paint in watercolor and acrylic outdoors.
    I love making a mark with graphite bars or wax resist. When I begin I might use a votive candle to randomly draw into the watercolor paper, This process makes lines that resist the paint. Or I might just play with color. Then, I use a large brush for a watery sky. My palette knife or my fingernail make marks in wet paint. These marks form grasses in the foreground or birch trees in the background. Or for a real challenge, I do an entire work of art with a credit card or palette knife.
    I enjoy the process of making marks. All of my senses are used in my art making process.

    Water lilies 

    The Stream

    watercolor and ink

    Glimmer of Hope