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Ann Conner Biography

Ann Conner is a nationally acclaimed artist best known for her seductive and formally challenging color woodcuts. Using non-endangered native wood and brilliant color palettes, Conner creates colorful, conceptualist relief prints that employ the intrinsic grain of the wood.

Exhibitions include New Prints 2012/Winter, IPCNY, International Print Center New York; 2012 Delta National Small Prints Exhibition, Arkansas State University; Boston Printmakers 2011 North American Print Biennial; New Prints/Autumn, IPCNY; Advancing Tradition Twenty Years of Printmaking at Flatbed Press, Austin Museum of Art, 2010–2011; ColorPrint USA 40Anniversary, Museum of Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX, 2010; Boston Printmakers’ 2009 North American Print Biennial, Art & Social Conscience: Holocaust, Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC, 2008; Troisiéme Triennale du Bois Gravé Contemporain, Musée Pierre Noël, Saint-Dié-des-Voges, France, 2007; Westwood and Other Recent Works, Flatbed Press, Austin, TX, 2007; North American Print Biennial, Boston, 2007; New Editions 2006/Summer: COLOR, IPCNY; New Editions 2005/Winter, IPCNY; 79Annual Print Competition at the Print Center in Philadelphia, PA in 2005; and Logs + Park, Trish Higgins Fine Art, Wichita, KS, 2002.

Conner’s work is included in over forty major museum and corporate print collections in the U.S., and she has created collaborative editions at Flatbed Press in Austin, TX, The Grenfell Press in New York City, and at Center Street Studio, Boston.

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