When I first started out on my creative journey I dreamed of my art being published in magazines. I fantasized about exhibiting paintings and sharing my joy with people from all over the world. Today I have to pinch myself when I realize these dreams have come true!
Press, Interviews, Publications:
I was interviewed by Ruby Josephine Smith for the Process Piece Podcast which aired in April, 2019.
My 2019 Calendar was featured in the Feburary/March 2019 issue of Cottages and Bungalows Magazine.
My watercolor Nasturtiums Bouquet illustration is on the cover of The Essential Herbal Magazine's September/October 2018 Issue.
I was interviewed by Angie Noll for The Not Starving Artist Podcast. Angie's focus for the podcast series is on finding out "how she does it" when it comes to female artists and creatives making their way in this world.
I have a short piece in Issue 36 of UPPERCASE Magazine that talks about social media and its effects on art and creativity.
My blog and my art was featured in the Winter 2017 issue of Artful Blogging Magazine in the article I wrote titled Finding Encouragement.
Laurie of Hedgerow Rose interviewed me on her website. Read the full interview here.
23 of my paintings are currently displayed at the Viroqua Healing Arts Center in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
18 of my paintings were on exhibit at The Rooted Spoon in Viroqua, Wisconsin from December 31, 2018 through March 29, 2019.
A selection of my paintings are on exhibit at Mac Help in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
During the month of February 2018, eight of my watercolor houseplant portraits were on display at the McIntosh Memorial Library in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
My Orange Marigolds painting was displayed at the 2017 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa California in September of 2017. The exhibit, Art of the Heirloom, was curated by the Hudson Valley Seed Company and Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds.
In 2016 during the month of June, seven of my paintings were on display at the McIntosh Memorial Library in Viroqua, Wisconsin.
My painting, Three Heirloom Tomatoes, was displayed at the 2015 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa, California in September of 2015.
My painting, Red Flower Carpet, was displayed at the Philadelphia Flower Show in an exhibit organized by the Hudson Valley Seed Library in February & March of 2015. (To see some photos from the show, visit this post on the Habitat for Artists blog).
My Bachelor Buttons painting was included in the exhibit Art of the Heirloom at the 2014 National Heirloom Expo in Santa Rosa California. The exhibit was curated by the Hudson Valley Seed Library.
Are you interested in featuring my work in your publication?
Would you like me to take part in your art exhibit?
I would love to hear more about your idea!
Please contact me with this form, or email me at
anne @ mygiantstraberry.com
and I’ll get back to you soon.