November 24, 2017

Paintings by Ann Coe


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Anne Coe

Anne Coe is widely known for her sometimes fanciful, sometimes disturbing interpretations of life on earth. She studied art independently in Europe and at the University of Puerto Rico, and she received her Masters of Fine Arts degree at Arizona State University in 1980. She has had the Cover articles in the Southwest Art (June 2005), Wildlife Art News and Art Today as well as a number of newspapers and periodicals. She also illustrated Here Is the Southwestern Desert for Hyperion Publishing. She is featured in several books: Drawn To Yellowstone by Peter Hassrick, Leading the West: 100 Contemporary Painters and Sculptors by James Haggerty and Humor In Art by Nicholas Roukes. Her work is included in numerous public and private collections such as the Whitney Museum of Western Art, Smithsonian Institution, Glasgow Museum of Contemporary Art, Eiteljorg Museum, Midwest Museum of American Art, Museo de bellas Arte, Guadalajara, Mexico, The Figge Museum and McDonald's Corporation. Ms. Coe is involved in many community arts and conservation projects. She is co-founder and chairman emeritus of the Superstition Area Land Trust. She is on several boards and commissions and has been appointed by two Arizona governors to serve on the State Land Conservation Advisory Board.

Ms. Coe is a fourth generation Arizonan. She grew up on a ranch in the southern part of the state. Currently a Professor of Art at Centeral Arizona College, she lives on the slopes of the Superstition Mountains in the high Sonoran Desert.


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"Sticks And Stones May Break My Bones"
acrylic on canvas, 30" x 40"


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"Liar, Liar, Pants On Fire"
acrylic on canvas, 30" x 40"


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"Rodeo Drive"
Acrylic - 24" x 24"


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"Life Affirming"
Acrylic - 76" x 44"


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"Someone Left The Cake Out In The Rain"
Acrylic - 48" x 38"


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"Let Sleeping Bears Lie"
Acrylic - 40" x 30"


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"Downhill Racer"
Acrylic - 36" x 44"


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"Dinner Party"
Acrylic - 48" x 50"






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