Anne Clinton attempts to explore art making as a concept in her work. Though painting, drawing and sculpture have always been fallen into the category of art, Anne believes that the concept of art is just as relevant as the medium. With this in mind, Anne uses a variety of media to examine the relationship between a piece and its physical presentation.
Anne's artwork also often deals with the human condition, specifically themes of weakness, the subconscious, menstruation and decay. As a result, color (or lack thereof) has become a very important part of her work as she uses subtlety to approach intense and emotional content.
Anne currently lives and works in Howard Beach, New York.
Queens Counicl on the Arts, Queens Museum Queens, NY, 2010
SVA Sculpture Center Chelsea, NY, 2010
Press and Accolades
Joseph Giacalone, Fine Artist Anne Frances Clinton at Queens Museum, http://www.freepressrelease.com/news-fine-artist-anne-frances-clinton-at-queens-museum-of-art-disussing-the-high-school-to-art-school-program-1287585905.html, (accessed October 20, 2010). October 16, 2010
Joseph Giacalone, Local Artist Anne Frances Clinton Wins Two Awards, http://www.freepreerelease.com/news-local-artist-anne-frances-clinton-wins-two-art-2-awards-1287064435.html, (accessed October 14, 2010). October 10, 2010
Susan Hartenstein, From The Artist Studio, The Wave, http://www.rockawayartistsalliance.org/ee_artsplash2010.html, (accessed September 12, 2010). September 17, 2010
The School of Visual Arts, B.F.A. NY, NY
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