Click here to see the online gallery of the work on display in the show.
May 21 - June 8, 2012
Saturday, May 26
Everyone coming to the opening on Saturday should arrive first at the Johnson State College, Dibden Art Center, Julian Scott Gallery at, or after, 4:00 pm.
At 5:00 pm there will be a chance for people who would like to say something in remembrance of Anci to do so.
At, or slightly before, 6:00 pm, we will go down to the Vermont Studio Center and look at a SECOND gallery full of Anci's work.
Here's a map to help navigate around Johnson, Vermont.
There's plenty of parking at both venues.
[ Map ]Vermont Studio Center
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7/30/46 - 11/14/11
Anci grew up on Long Island, New York, and was a graduate of The Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, New York, where she received her BFA in painting and art education.
She received an MFA in painting from Goddard College in Plainfield, Vermont, completing her thesis under the supervision of her mentor, James Gahagan, an abstract expressionist and student of Hans Hoffmann.
Anci was a remarkably talented artist who created a body of work of brilliant color and lyrical composition throughout her career. Her paintings, drawings, and collages provide us with a deeply personal vision derived from a lifetime of discovery and expression in the visual arts. With great humility, Anci saw her work on a continuum, part of a living legacy carried forward by visual artists through the course of history.