Ann Lyne

  • Selected Works

    Churchville Horseshow
    Oil on canvas
    36 x 30″

    Institute Hill, 2015
    Oil on canvas
    20 x 20″

    Iris and Poppies, 2012
    Oil on linen
    24 x 20″

    Ponies in the Garden
    Oil and charcoal on canvas
    30 x 24″

    VMI, Stono House
    Oil on canvas
    48 x 36″

    Summer Pastures, 2015
    Oil on canvas
    30 x 40″

    View of VMI
    Oil on canvas
    20 x 20″

  • Curriculum Vitae

    Exhibitions
    2014, Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2010, 2009 Page Bond Gallery, Richmond, Virginia 2007, Hodges Taylor Gallery, Charlotte, North Carolina

    2006, Solo Paintings and Drawings, Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2005, University of Virginia, benefit exhibit and sale

    2004, Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia; Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2003, 2002 Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia

    2001, Callen McJunkin Gallery, Charleston, West Virginia; Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    2000, The Richmond Symphony/Gallery 5800, Richmond, Virginia, benefit exhibit and Gallery 5800, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1999, Le Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia

    1998, Les Yeux du Monde, Charlottesville, Virginia, Farmington Hunt Club and Group Exhibit; Les Yeux du Monde/ Alliance Francaise de Charlottesville, Keswick, Virginia

    1997, Gallery of Contemporary Art at Corporate and Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit Kentucky Derby, Museum, Louisville Kentucky, International Group Exhibit

    1996, Gallery of Contemporary Art and Corporate and Museum Frame, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit 1994, Garth Newel Music Center, Hot Springs, Virginia, Solo Benefit
    1993, The Richmond Symphony Benefit Exhibition and Drawings Auction, Richmond, VA
    1992, Sommersby Film Set, Warm Springs, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1991, Callen McJunkin Gallery, Nell Blaine and Friends, Charleston, West Virginia

    1990, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington D.C., Solo Exhibit and Group Exhibit

    1989, The Fifth Street Sporting Gallery, Warrenton, Virginia and World Cup, Grand Prix, Tampa Florida; Franz Bader Gallery, Washington D.C.

    1987, Marsh Gallery, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia – Donald Kuspit, Juror; Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia – Julia Boyd, Juror, Assistant Curator, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

    1985, Kline Gallery, Bridgewater College, Bridgewater, Virginia, Solo Exhibit; Peninsula Fine Art, Portsmouth, Virginia – Barbara Haskell, Juror, Curator; Whitney Museum of American Art; Virginia Polytechnic Institute Gallery, Blacksburg, Virginia – Frederick R. Brandt, Juror, Curator of 20th Century art, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts; Maier Museum, Randolph – Macon Women’s College, Lynchburg, Virginia,

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    Group Exhibit; The Atheneum, Alexandria, Virginia, Group Exhibit; The Virginia Beach Arts Center, Virginia Beach, Virginia, Group Exhibit

    1984, Reynolds-Minor Gallery, Richmond, Virginia 1983, Second Street Gallery, Charlottesville, Virginia

    1982, Fine Art America, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit; Danville Museum of Fine Arts and History, Danville, Virginia; Marsh Gallery, University of Richmond, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit; Piedmont Arts Association, Martinsville, Virginia; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia

    1980, 1708 East Main Street Gallery, Richmond, Virginia; Owensboro Museum of Fine Arts, Mid-America Art Exhibition, Owensboro, Kentucky- Hilton Kramer, Juror Senior Art Critic, New York Times; Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Sweet Briar, Virginia

    1979, 1977 Scott-McKennis Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit

    1975, Roanoke Fine Arts Center, Roanoke, Virginia – Roy Slade, Juror, Director, Corcoran Gallery of Art

    1974, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, Irene Leach Memorial Exhibition, Purchase Award – Richard Boyle, Juror, Director, Pennsylvania Academy; Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia, Group Exhibit, Purchase Award

    1973, Mariner’s Museum, Newport News, Virginia – Kenworth Moffett, Juror, Curator of Contemporary Art, Boston Museum

    1970, Virginia Union University, Richmond, Virginia, Solo Exhibit 1969, Twentieth Century Gallery, Williamsburg, Virginia

    1967, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, Two Group Exhibits, Honorable Mention – William F. Gaines Juror

    1963, Fenwick Gallery, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Shangri-La Gallery, Richmond, Virginia, Two Person Exhibit; Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, Certificate of Distinction, Purchase Award- Thomas E. Messner, Juror, Director, Guggenheim Museum

    1962, Adams – Morgan Gallery, Washington D.C.; Fenwick Gallery, Chevy Chase, Maryland; Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C., Society of Washington Prinkmakers International

    1961, Realite Gallery, Washington D.C.; Bayly Museum, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, First Prize; Watkins Gallery, American University, Washington, D.C.

    1960, Smithsonian Museum, Washington D.C., Society of Washington Printmakers International 1959, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, sculpture and painting

    1958, Newcomb Hall, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia, Purchase Award; Valentine Museum, Richmond, Virginia, Group Exhibit, Purchase Award; Virginia Highlands Festival, Abingdon, Virginia, Painting, Drawing and Printmaking Prize

    1957, Mint Museum, Charlotte, North Carolina, Painting Award

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    Collections

    Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Garth Newel Music Center Craigie Incorporated
    Ethel Corporation

    Nations Bank
    Virginia National Bank
    The Valentine Museum
    Media General, Corporate Headquarters Washington and Lee University
    Randolph Macon College – Ashland Longwood University Museum
    University of Virginia
    Carpenter Center
    Wheat First Securities
    Arts and Science Museum of Statesville, NC Bell Atlantic Headquarters
    Federal Reserve Bank
    Richmond Symphony
    ER Carpenter Center
    Callen McJunkin Gallery
    Fifth Street Sporting Gallery

  • Biography

    Ann Lyne’s work reveals a thorough understanding of the greatest traditions of modernist art. She is a nationally acclaimed artist who has shown in the Smithsonian, the Mint Museum, the Chrysler Museum and the Virginia Museum. Her works have earned grants from The National Endowment for the Arts, The Virginia Center for the Creative Arts and The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. In addition, she was an artist in residence at the Yaddo Art Colony.

    She holds an MFA from the American University in Washington DC and studied art at Queens College, Westhampton College, and Virginia Commonwealth University School of the Arts.

    With references to such modernist masters as Degas, Matisse, Picasso and Diebenkorn, she transforms her influences into a language totally her own.