Anne Hughes

Biography: 

Anne Hughes exhibits her thought-provoking artworks across the United States and Canada. Her work appears on the cover of literary journals and pomegranate note cards. She holds an MFA in Painting from Bowling Green State University (BGSU), an MA in Art from Eastern Illinois University, and a BFA in Studio Art from Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec. She was awarded teaching assistantships at both masters programs. In addition, Hughes taught drawing at the Toledo Museum of Art and studio art courses at BGSU. She has given lectures, workshops, or critiques at institutions such as Burlington County College, New Jersey; University of North Dakota; Red Wing High School, Minnesota; and in Illinois at Shimer College, Waukegan; Glenbrook High School, Glenview; Columbia College, Chicago; Millikin University, Decatur; and Stevenson High School, Lincolnshire.

Artistic Statement: 

My work reflects a deep belief in the ability to ponder and explore an infinite range of subjects and interests through art. It also reflects a fascination with creativity and imagination. I strive to share that joy of expression with students of all ages and backgrounds. As a visual artist with experience using a variety of materials and techniques in painting, drawing, and mixed-media construction, I have the flexibility to work with each institution to devise a program that suits the particular needs of the organization and its students. I believe in encouraging personal expression, self-confidence, and a rewarding sense of accomplishment. I would be pleased to discuss how we might reach the goals of your institution.

Residency Type: 
Individual Artist