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 Anne Packard  (1933 - )

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Lived/Active: Massachusetts/New Jersey      Known for: contemporary realist seascape, marine and figure painting

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Solitude, 2003
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This biography from the Archives of AskART:
Painter, Anne Packard was born in 1933 in Hyde Park, New Jersey and spent her summers in Provincetown, Massachusetts where she moved in 1977, after raising five children.

Her early work was painting on wood panels and weathered shingles, but mediums now include oil, monotypes and giclee.  She attended Bard College, and studied with the late Phil Malicoat.   Packard has traveled extensively, and locations include the Outer Cape, Ireland, Italy, Greece and Mexico.

Selected publications, Art Business News, Associated Press, Channel 7, Boston, Home and Garden Media, New York Times, Art New England, The Boston Globe, Cape Cod Life, Cape Cod Antiques and Art, Fine Life of America, Trenton Times.

Collections include: New Jersey State Museum, Scudder,Stevens and Clark, Provincetown Art Ass., Robert Motherwell, Bank of Boston, Polo Inc., Deloitte & Touche, Diane Sawyer and Mike Nichols, Hill Holiday Advertising and Oglethorpe University Museum, Atlanta GA. Major Retrospective May 2006 Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art.

Reviews published on the website of the artist include:

"She doesn't paint sunshine but likes skies with turbulent clouds. Her paintings have tremendous power,and she portrays the strength of nature in the windswept dunes, the force of the quiet seas, the light striking through the storm clouds, the intensity of night coming across the water. There is a quality in those paintings that draws the viewer in to wonder a little, to contemplate the viewpoint. Packard says that she wants the viewer to see whatever he or she wants to see in them.
Catherine Fallin
Cape Cod Life - September 1995

'I want to create in my dune paintings, ' she says, 'that privileged isolation. And awe. I am in awe out there. It's like being on the surface of the moon. Yet, it is not lonely in my dunes. My dunes wrap me in light, in warmth, in safety.' She sees a double nature to the dunes, viewing them on one hand as motherly woman, wrapping the lone voyager in tender shawls. Or in distinct contrast, she'll portray them as sensual. 'My dunes are very female. Women's bodies are beautiful. I love the shapes, the contours. The dunes are women's thighs and curves of hips.'
Carolyn Edelmann
The Cape Cod Compass, 40th Anniversary Issue - 1986

"Anne Packard's paintings are like pieces of driftwood washed up on the shore - each seems to bear a history of its own and will tell you about itself if you're willing to spend the time...(her) paintings reward with an abundance of surprises and rich, imaginative color.  They aren't your average day at the beach."
Paul Parcellin,
ArtNewEngland

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