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Lived/Active: California/Montana      Known for: color field painting, abstraction

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"Little Pink Rose"
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Anne Appleby (born 1954) is an American color field/landscape painter. Her works, always bearing titles from the natural world---"Sweet Pine", "Summer Aspen", "Gem"---are simple arrangements of colored canvas panels. Each panel is, at a glance, monochromatic, but closer inspection reveals deep and luminous gradations of hue.

She received her B.F.A. in 1977 from the San Francisco Art Institute. Before attending the Art Institute, Appleby spent a fifteen-year apprenticeship with an Ojibwe Indian elder in Montana. From him, she learned her patient observation of nature.

Her work is often shown with that of “reductive” painters, but it does not exactly fit into the “pure” painting philosophy held by many of them. As Kenneth Baker wrote in 2004, “using no forms except monochrome panels, Appleby must struggle often with the potential problem of repetition. But [she] achieves a freshness and distinctness that persuade a viewer that she means each one. It is as if she has learned to translate energy of intent directly into radiance of color.”

Although Appleby’s paintings are composed of abstract panels each essentially a single color, she thinks of them as landscapes. She carefully observes particular plants or particular seasons and uses their colors as they grow and change in works that are particular to them. “As I work, I develop an inner dialogue about the meaning of what I’m doing,” she says. “But I can’t paint that. I can’t even speak it. It’s denser than my activity.”

Anne Appleby currently splits her time between San Francisco and her home on the edge of a national forest in Jefferson City, Montana. She has participated in group exhibitions in institutions such as the Tacoma Art Museum in Washington, the American Academy in Rome, and the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, where in 1996 she was awarded the SFMoMA SECA Art Award. She was also the 1999 recipient of the Biennial Award from the Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation in New York. Appleby shows her paintings primarily at San Francisco’s Gallery Paule Anglim. Her works are held in various museum collections, including the Cleveland Museum of Art and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

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"Anne Appleby", Wikipedia, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anne_Appleby

Biography from Gallery Paule Anglim:
Anne Appleby’s multi-paneled encaustic paintings communicate first through the formal language of color-field abstraction. Taking the viewer beyond this initial reference, the artist transforms what at a glance appear to be monochromatic panels, revealing subtly enlivened surfaces with luminous layers of mutable color. Each panel has been built up through many patient applications of varied translucent tones.

EDUCATION

1989 M.F.A. in Painting, San Francisco Art Institute
1977 B.F.A. in Painting, University of Montana, Missoula, Montana
1971 High School Program, Philadelphia College of Art

GRANTS AND AWARDS

2006 Pollock-Krasner Foundation
1999 Biennial Award, The Louis Comfort Tiffany Foundation, New York, NY
1996 SECA Art Award, SFMOMA, San Francisco, CA
1991 Pollock-Krasner Foundation, New York, New York
1989 David S. McMillan Award, San Francisco Art Institute
1985 Helena Film Society’s Grant to Artists, Helena, Montana
1972 Scholastic Scholarship, University of Montana

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY

Kenneth Baker, “Anne Appley’s Link to the Environment”. San Francisco Chronicle, 2009

Zachery Royer Scholz,“The Blue Planet”, Art Practical, San Francisco, 2009

Ivy Cooper, Beacon Art Critic, St. Louis Beacon Blog, 2009 

Christiane Meixner, KunstStucke Verwischt, Der Tagesspiegal, 2009

Garland Fielder, Anne Appleby and Maddy Rosenberg, Arts Houston,, 2008

l’ecosistema delia cultura contemporanea, L’artista del colore, 2007

Kenneth Baker,”Nature, in all it’s Shades, Inspires Pleasing Paintings, San Francisco Chronicle, 2007


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