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Anne Williamson
sketcher, painter, and printmaker

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I am a visual artist who works with a variety of mediums including acrylic, pastel, watercolour and graphite.  I gravitate to the natural world for subject matter and use my photos, sketches, and memory as reference. 

My painting style is representational, yet not hyper realistic. I favour landscapes and florals and draw inspiration from the places I have experienced while travelling abroad as well as  closer to home. I try to impart the feelings I have about a particular subject with my artwork. 

My monoprints are based on the botanicals I find locally  – petals, weeds and grasses and the end results are a bit more abstract in nature. 

Anne is committed to supporting the arts. Currently, she is the President of the Central Ontario Art Association, Past President of the Kitchener Waterloo Society of Artists, a member of the Pastel Association of Canada, Grand River Artists Collective (GRACe), Button Factory Arts, and formerly a member of LAFwr (Local Art for Local Walls Regionally).  

She has organized and installed exhibitions/shows on behalf of these organizations as well as participated in independent exhibitions at the Link in Innovation Park and the Minto Arts Center in Harriston. Several of her paintings have been award winners. She participated in the Museum’s Brush Off in 2023 and 2024. 

Anne enjoys teaching art and provides workshops at Button Factory Arts and GRACe. In addition, she taught art on luxury cruise ships from 2017 to 2023. 

Her  art is sold through Jakeman’s Maple Store and Button Factory Arts. 

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