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~ Anne Hughes ~
A world traveler, Anne has lived in many places in the United States, and has finally “come home” to the Adirondacks, where she’s spent each summer of her life, surrounded by extended family. While she was “away” she earned a BA in Art History, taught children’s art classes, renovated homes and catered events.
Anne finds her inspiration in nature, and in the simplicity of American Indian art. Her work features compositional treasures made of things that others often overlook—the “wrong” side of birch bark, the different stages of roadside grasses, the incredible beauty and diversity of bird feathers. She combines these elements in a rhythmic dance of natural beauty, sometimes with ironic or startling elements finding their way into her art, like the bird, shot for the dinner table, reimagined and recreated by Anne’s deft hands and unerring eye.
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11 Woodruff St, Saranac Lake, N.Y. 12983
NWFA continues to search out fellow artists looking to participate in the daily workings of the gallery while offering a professional and welcoming setting to showcase their artwork.