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upcoming exhibits

Soho20 Chelsea Gallery:  “Fire and Ice”,
547 West 27th Street, New York, NY 10001
Reception: April 3rd, 6-8pm
Exhibit: April 1 – April 26, 2014

Artists of Yardley Art Center:  "3rd Annual Juried Show"
949 Mirror Lake Road, Yardley, PA 19067
Reception: April 4th, 6 to 9pm
Exhibit: April 4 - April 27, 2014

recent exhibits

George Segal Gallery: Montclair State University, “Art Connections 10,” 2014
Arts Council of Princeton: “Members Annual Exhibit,” 2013
AOY Art Center: Yardley, PA, “2nd Annual Juried Show,” 2013
440 Gallery: Brooklyn, NY, “Eighth Annual Small Works Show,”
Soho20 Chelsea Gallery: New York, NY, “Always/Never,” 2012
Soho20 Chelsea Gallery: New York, NY, “Painting Poetry,” 2012
Mill Street Loft ARTS, Princeton, NJ, 2012
“The 2nd Annual Hudson River Exhibition,”
Verde Gallery: Princeton, NJ, “Positioning: Digital Collages," 2011
The Arts Council of Princeton: Princeton, NJ, 2011
“Memory and the Work of Art,"
Rogue Space Gallery: New York, NY, “Juried Show," 2011
Visual Arts Center of New Jersey: Summit, NJ, 2011
“The 25th International Juried Show,”
Art San Diego, online exhibition, “Transformation," 2011
South Texas College: McAllen, TX, 2011
“6th Annual Human Rights Exhibition,"


1) Sculpting Rocky Landscapes from Weightless Paper
by Susan Van Dongen
January 2009, U.S. 1

The mountains have always been magical to landscape artist and collagist Anne Elliott.Geological phenomena like theGrand Canyon have fired her imagination ever since she was a child growing up near Pittsburgh. In fact,it was at a private elementary school, the Valley School, in Ligonier, Pennsylvania, where she really got hooked. The school was in the mountains east of Pittsburgh and one of its attractions for the young Elliott was a huge buttressof rocks riddled with caves, alabyrinth of secret passages. The school used its beautiful natural surroundings to encourage play and exploration — get wet, get lost,discover something . “I am still inlove with rocks and caves,” saysElliott.
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2) Imagining China and Iceland: Excellent Adventures in Art
by Stuart Mitchner
January 2009, Town Topics

“It turned me into a sculptor,” says Anne Elliott, who in addition to trekking to the base camp on K2, the world’s second-highest mountain, has climbed 25 others. “The experience of total wilderness, of being where the creation of the Earth is still visibly in progress so transformed my work that I found two-dimensional forms no longer adequate.” So what does she do? She makes her own rice-paper caves and mountains.
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3) Joy in Transcendence
by Ilene Dube
January 2009, TIME Off

The first thing you see when you walk into the Silva Gallery at the Pennington school is a wall of caves, complete with a waterfall.
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