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Education

  • 1980— Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. M.F.A.
  • 1973—Universidad de Puerto Rico, Studies in Art and Spanish
  • 1970—Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. B.A. (cum laude)

Solo Exhibitions (selected):

  • 2003—"Covert Operations," West Valley Museum – Arizona
  • 1999—"Life Examimed," Midwest Museum of American Art, Indiana
  • 1996—"Chronicling The Millennium," Horwitch Newman Gallery –
    Scottsdale, Arizona (October)
  • 1995—"Wild Things," Moynihan Gallery – Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1995—"Here is the Southwestern Desert," Paintings from the Book,
    Horwitch LewAllen Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1992—"Seven Deadly Sins and Other Transgressions," Scottsdale
    Center for the Arts – Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1990—Thomas Reiley Gallery – Chicago, Illinois
  • 1985—"Natural and Unnatural Disasters," Segal Gallery – New York, New York

Group Exhibitions (selected):

  • 2001—"American Women Artists," Nedra Matteucci Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1997—"Woman The Artists' View," Bennington Center for the Arts – Bennington, Vermont
  • 1996—"Tres Amigos," The Americana Museum – El Paso, Texas
  • 1994-98—"Sole of the West," Desert Cabelleros Museum – Wickenburg, Arizona; Traveling: Arizona, Texas, California, New Mexico
  • 1994—4th Annual "New Art of the West" Eiteljorg Museum – Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1994—"Art and the Law," Traveling: Seattle, Washington; New Orleans, Louisiana; Canton, Ohio; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Oswego, New York
  • 1993—"Art of the Spirit," The Center for Transcultural Exchange – New York, New York
  • 1993—"Cajitas-Altarpieces, Two Views," The Hispanic Research Center Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona
  • 1993-96—"Art From the Driver's Seat: Americans and Their Cars," Museum of Our National Heritage – Lexington, Massachusetts; Traveling: USA
  • 1991—"The Evolving Western Image in Art," Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, Cypress College – Cypress, California
  • 1989—"Into the Superstitions," Mesa Southwest Museum – Mesa, Arizona
  • 1987—''Animals," California State University at Fullerton, California
  • 1987—"American Painters," Columbus Museum of Art – Columbus, Georgia
  • 1985—"Women of the American West," The Bruce Museum – Greenwich, Connecticut
  • 1982—1982 Arizona Biennial, Tucson Museum of Art – Tucson, Arizona
  • 1982—Centro de Arte Moderna de Guadalajara – Guadalajara, Mexico

 



Collections (selected):

  • Museum of Modern Art – Glasgow, Scotland
  • Tucson Museum of Art – Tucson, Arizona
  • Eiteljorg Museum – Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Whitney Museum of Western Art – Cody, Wyoming
  • Midwest Museum of Art – Elkhardt, Indiana
  • Smithsonian Institution – Washington, D.C.
  • Scottsdale Museum of Comtemporary Art – Scottsdale, Arizona
  • West Publishing Corporation – Eagan, Minnesota
  • Fundacion de Anthropologia para Ecuador – Quito, Ecuador
  • Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona
  • Columbus Museum of Art and Sciences – Columbus, Georgia

Publications (selected):

  • Desert Living, Modern Luxury for the Desert, "Girl Power, Wonder Woman in the Arts," Travel Issue 2008, p.72.
  • Rutgers University Press, "The Ancestress Hypothosis," Kathryn Coe PhD, 2003, Cover.
  • Hassrick,Peter, "Drawn to Yellowstone, Artists in Americas' First National Park," Autry Museum, Uni. Washigton Press 2002. Back cover
  • Robbins, Carolyn C., "A Centruy of Arizona Women Artists," American Art Review, Feb.2001, p.96.
  • Gotto Joseph, Porter, Albert W.,Selleck, "Exploring Visual Design," Davis Pub,
    2000, p.202.
  • Boehme, Sarah E. "Whitney Gallery of Western Art," Buffalo Bill Historical Center, 1998, p.69.
  • Hagerty, Donald J. "Leading The West—One Hundred Contemporary Painters And Sculptors," Northland Publishing, 1997, p.168-69.
  • Roukes, Nicholas, "Humor in Art," Davis Publications, 1997, pgs.52, 95 and And back cover.

 

©2009 Anne Coe.