Bold swipes of green and blue, textured depths and gentle worlds juxtaposed, tranquil and peaceful.These are the elements which make Ann Christensen's work so expressive and inspiring. A highly respected artist, Ann Christensen has been painting for almost two decades. Born on December 20, 1945 in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Ann attended college in Waterville, Maine and moved to Boston upon graduation in 1967. She continued to pursue her passion for the arts from 1978-81I while studying painting at Harvard University under Albert Alcalay. She gained much insight, inspiration and encouragement during these years and continued her formal art training at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston studying painting principally with Miroslav Antic and Gerry Bergstein.
Ann feels that by exploring the expressive use of color through her paintings based on the natural world, she has come to realize that combinations of color have the energetic capacity to heal and harmonize the human spirit. Ann's major influences are Cezanne, the Post-Impressionists, Matisse, and the Fauves, which is clearly evident in her work. Ann resides in Cambridge, Massachusetts and shows with various galleries in Boston and on Martha's Vineyard.
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