About Anne T. Rich, Painter and Sculptor

Art Museum and Gallery Work Experience:
BMA, Walters, Evergreen House, Paper Rock Scissors, and the Fogg.

Phoenix Chase Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Guild of Creative Art, Schrewsbury, N.J.
Baltimore Museum of Art, Sales and Rental Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Patron House Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
San Francisco Fine Art Fair, S.F., CA.
College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Baltimore, MD.
Gormley Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Arte Fiera, International Fair of Alternative Contemporary Art Organizations, Bologna, Italy.
Johns Hopkins University, Milton S. Eisenhower Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Basel Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland.
Organization of Independent Artists, Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy.
Monmouth Arts, Red Bank, N.J.
Bauer Gallery, Sea Bright, N.J.
Cathedral of Mary Our Queen, Baltimore, MD.
P.S.1., Long Island City, Queens, N.Y.
Atlantic Gallery, Brooklyn, N.Y.
Elanore Abel Owen Gallery, Ruxton, MD.
Roe Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Ad Hoc Fiasco, Baltimore, MD.
Yacht Club, Baltimore, MD.
Old Town Gallery, Philadelphia, PA.
Park School, Brooklandville, MD.
Art Gallery of Fells Point, Baltimore, MD.
Pearl Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Paper Rock Scissors Gallery, Baltimore, MD.
Beauregard Gallery of Fine Art, Rumson, N.J.
Art in Embassies Program, U.S, Department of State; Praia, Cape Verde.
Galerie Francoise ESF, Lutherville, MD
Worthington Gallery, Butler, MD
South Street Art Gallery, Easton, MD
Academy Art Museum, Easton, MD
Red Queen Gallery, Onancock, VA
Galerie Michelle, Lancaster, PA
James L. Pierce Gallery at Green Spring Station, Lutherville, MD
Art for Land's Sake, Caves Farm, Owings Mills, MD

Selected Collections:
Ms. Carol Davis, Baltimore, MD.
Dr. and Mrs. John Movelle, Fair Haven, N.J.
Hon. and Mrs. Terrence Flynn Esq., Little Silver, N.J.
Ms. Martha Anne Keller, N.Y., N.Y.
Mr. Graham Rogers, Athens, Greece.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gruenebaum, N.Y., N.Y.
Mr. Martin L. Aronson Esq., Boston, MA.
Mr. Julian Singmann Esq., D.C.
Dr. Okebo, Tokyo, Japan.
Mrs. Lynn Morrison Miller, West Chester, PA.
Mr. and Mrs. Lary Goll, London, England.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith, Oradell, N.J.
Mr. Fujio Ishikawa, Tokyo, Japan.
Mr. Kuzo F. Yashimoro, Tokyo, Japan.
Mr. G.R. Eisenhauer, Baltimore, MD.
Mr. and Mrs. James McCliment, Keehn, N.H.
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Nielsen, Boca Raton, FL.
Mr. Lars Aarrestad, Oslo, Norway
Maritime Institute of Technology, Linthicum Heights, MD.
F. Herbert Hoover, S.F., CA.

Selected Reviews:
"There is a combination of discipline tempered with delightful creativity. Ms. Rich's colors are clean and fresh, and her brush strokes are free and easy. There is a joy about her paintings."
Elise T. Chisolm, The Baltimore Sun

"Ms. Rich's fascination, though, is not with any one beach exclusively, but with the sea in general. Her oil seascapes ... skillfully capture the essense of all beaches, any beach. Ms. Rich is successful at capturing essentials - rather than specifics."
Elizabeth Stevens, The Baltimore Sun

"The Essence of Landscape Painting."
Nancy Tankersley, Judge: Plein Air, Monkton, MD

James Plank

Volunteer Service:
Guest Lecturer at Patapsco High School; a magnet school for the arts in Baltimore County.
Member of the Clipper Part Arts Center, Baltimore, MD. Helped with the mosiac, mural project at the Hampden Family Center.
Docent at the Evergreen House Museum of Johns Hopkins University.
Celebration of Excellence - Goucher College, Towson, MD. Mentor for High School Seniors in the State of MD interested in education as a profession.
Picture Parent Program volunteer for the Baltimore County Public Schools.
Inner City Tutorial Program, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, MD.
Center Stage Theater, Baltimore, MD - set painter.
Keswick Home, Baltimore, MD - watercolor teacher.
League for Handicapped - swimming instructor.

1990 - 1996
Mount de Sales Academy, Catonsville, MD.
Chair Fine Arts Department
1999 - 2007
Institute of Notre Dame, Baltimore, MD.
Chair Fine Arts Department

Art Educator:
Maryland state certified, secondary school, studio art teacher; 1973 to present.

College of Notre Dame of Baltimore, MD; 1973.
Secondary Art Education major, Art History minor.
Graduate Work:
Towson University, Towson, MD.