Ann Conner is a nationally acclaimed artist best known for her seductive and formally challenging color woodcuts. Her distinctive prints are exhibited at Troisiéme Triennale du Bois Gravé Contemporain, Musée Pierre Noël, Saint-Dié-des-Voges, France; International Print Center New York, NY; Kanagawa
Prefectural Gallery, Yokohama, Japan; Chicago Cultural Center; Flatbed Press Gallery Austin, TX; Federal Reserve Bank Gallery, Boston; and shown in permanent collections at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston; California Palace of the Legion of Honor, San Francisco; New York Public Library; Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University; The Library of Congress, Washington, DC; Credit Suisse First Boston,
London; and Louise Wells Cameron Art Museum, Wilmington, NC.
Her prints are reviewed in Art on Paper, New Art Examiner, Who’s Who in American Art, and Who’s Who of American Women. She collaborates with Katherine Brimberry, Flatbed Press, Austin TX (publisher of her woodcuts); Leslie Miller, The Grenfell Press, NYC; and James Stroud, Center Street Studio, Boston. Ann was born in Wilmington. She received a BFA in art from Salem College, Winston-Salem, NC; and MACT and MFA in painting from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. She studied painting in Asolo, Italy with Salem-Hofstra University Summer Program. Ann is a professor of Studio Art at the University of North Carolina Wilmington.