Anne Hughes

Anne Hughes

We are inextricably bound to the rest of nature.  Through a layering of colour and form, imagery and abstraction, I seek to evoke the wonder and precarious state of our interconnectedness.

Anne Hughes exhibits her artworks across Canada and the United States including solo exhibitions at McClure Gallery, Montréal, Québec; Brainard Gallery of Tarble Art Center, IL; Galerie de la Ville, Dollard des Ormeaux, Quebec; University Club of Chicago; Prairie Gallery, Alberta; Minnetonka Center for the Arts, Minnesota; Beacon St. Gallery, Chicago; Verde Gallery, Champaign, IL, among others.  

Honored with numerous residency fellowships, Hughes enjoyed productive sessions at such organizations as Villa Montalvo, the Millay Colony, Anderson Center, Ucross Foundation and the Ragdale Foundation.  She was awarded the William B. Bruce Fine Art European Travel Scholarship, a Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation grant, the Vera Woodruff Wassenburg and Doug Koch Memorial Awards, and a Purchase Award at Galex 32: National Juried Exhibition.  She has an MFA in Painting from Bowling Green State University, an MA in Art from Eastern Illinois University and a BFA in Studio Art from Concordia University in Montréal, Québec.