Interview in The American Scholar

Interview in The American Scholar

“The landscapes of Chicago-based artist Anne H. Stevens make use of heightened color and looming flora to explore how women relate to nature. Here, she discusses the core tenants of her practice, why the figures in her landscapes are small (but mighty), and why the current moment demands a new take on women’s role in art history.”

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Seasons at Vedder Price, Chicago

I was invited to hang my work in a private exhibition at Vedder Price, Chicago by Patter Hellstrom, an independent curator in Los Angeles. The firm chose sixteen of my paintings to hang in their offices from January to June 2018.  The exhibition is not open to the public, but please enjoy these installation photographs.

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Forest Preserve Walk
Walking the Meadow (L), Point Reyes Walk (R)