The Narratives of Artist Ann-Marie Manker

Artist Ann-Marie Manker weaves complex imaginary, psychological narratives throughout her work, as in her recent show — Softcore War – currently on view in the gallery.

For insight into the inspiration behind her paintings, please view the articles below by clicking on the titles. Manker will be speaking in the gallery tonight, September 23rd @ 6:30pm. We hope you can join us!


Ann-Marie-Manker paints bright fantasies of dark times, by Wyatt Williams.
Ann-Marie Manker imagines birthday cakes covered in hot lava, by Jeremy Abernathy (September 10, 2010).
Ann-Marie Manker, Swan Song, 2010.
acrylic, acryla-gouache, graphite, acrylic ink & varnish on braced wood.
32 x 46 inches. Photo courtesy of the artist.

Ann-Marie Manker’s work was recently included in the group show, Women to Watch 2010, Body of Work: New Perspectives on Figure Painting at the National Museum of Women in the Arts (Washington, D.C.)  Jiha Moon also interviewed Manker for The Studio Visit (09/07/2010).

New Works by Ann-Marie Manker

Exhibit Dates: September 10 – October 9, 2010.

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