ANNA WEHRWEIN

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ANNA  WEHRWEIN Replanted

Replanted
- Oil on canvas
60 x 48 in
$ 5,000.00


ANNA  WEHRWEIN Replanted
Replanted
Oil on canvas  
60 x 48 in
$5,000
ANNA  WEHRWEIN Bather
Bather
Colored pencil and watercolor on Color-aid paper  
6 x 9 in
$ 450
ANNA  WEHRWEIN Bather in the Garden
Bather in the Garden
Colored pencil on Color-aid paper  
8-3/4 x 6 in
$ 550
ANNA  WEHRWEIN OneLegged Woman
One-Legged Woman
Colored pencil on Color-aid paper  
8-3/4 x 6 in
$ 550
ANNA  WEHRWEIN Summer Strip
Summer Strip
Acrylic on canvas  
42 x 36 in
$2,800
ANNA  WEHRWEIN ThreeLegged Woman
Three-Legged Woman
Colored pencil on Color-aid paper  
8-3/4 x 6 in
$ 550
ANNA  WEHRWEIN Who are you Blue-Green Bather_
Who are you Blue-Green Bather?
Oil on linen  
18 x 24 in
$ 775
ANNA  WEHRWEIN Haircut in the Studio
Haircut in the Studio
Colored pencil and ink on Color-aid paper  
6 x 9 in
Sold
ANNA  WEHRWEIN The Harem
The Harem
Colored pencil on Color-aid paper  
6 x 9 in
Sold
ANNA  WEHRWEIN The Replanters
The Replanters
Oil on canvas  
60 x 48 in
Sold

ANNA  WEHRWEIN

ANNA WEHRWEIN

ANNA WEHRWEIN Biography

Anna Wehrwein is an artist originally from the Boston area. She received her BS in Art and BA in English/Creative Writing from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and her MFA in Drawing and Painting from the University of Tennessee, where she was the recipient of the Herman E. Spivey Graduate Fellowship. Her work has been featured in New American Paintings and  Friend of the Artist and during the summer of 2017 she was an artist-in-residence at Vermont Studio Center. She has exhibited nationally, including recent shows at The Mint Museum (Charlotte, NC), Fluorescent Gallery (Knoxville, TN)) and Apothecary Gallery (Chattanooga, TN).

She currently lives in Columbia, MO where she is a Visiting Assistant Professor of painting and drawing at the University of Missouri.

ANNA WEHRWEIN Statement

“I make paintings and drawings that reimagine the domestic space as a site of creative action and communal agency. Within the established settings of home and garden, the women in the paintings—all of them friends and fellow artists—engage in manual and immersive tasks. They cut each other’s hair, give each other tattoos, and repot houseplants. These are scenes that, while based on real events, appear fictive, even utopian.”

 

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