Anne Ambrose's childhood was split between living on the bayous of Louisiana and living in Nashville. Many of her paintings contain a psychological story and include fairies, angels, spirits, and bright colors. Some have described her artistic style as expressionistic, fantasy, or any combination of the two. Her paintings reflect the struggles she has been through in life.
Some places where her work has been shown are: America Oh Yes Gallery in Hilton Head, SC, ARC Gallery in Chicago, The Kennedy Center VSA Arts Gallery in Washington, DC, VSA-affiliated galleries in West Palm Beach, FL, Beverly Hills, CA, Louisville, KY, and Montreal, Quebec, and VSA’s Art and Soul ’99 Festival in Los Angeles.
Originally created: 18 Jul 2011 Current author: Beth Stoffmacher
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