Title: Monkey Business
Medium: Acrylic on canvas
Size: 50" x 70"
Ann Coe received her BA and MFA degrees from Arizona State University in Tempe. She also studied Art and Spanish at the Universidad de Puerto Rico. Coe has conducted many workshops and lectures, and has appeared on numerous television interviews. Her work is included in collections such as: the Whitney Museum of Western Art, Wyoming; Centro de Arte Moderna, Mexico; Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC; Fundacion de Anthropologia para El Ecuador; Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Arizona; Eiteljorg Museum, Indiana; and the Museum of North Dakota. Publications in which her work has been featured include: Southwest Art, Artweek, Images West, Art Today, Wildlife Art News, Los Angeles Times, USA Today, and Arizona Republic.
Her selected solo exhibitions include: Chronicling The Millennium, Horwitch Newman Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1996; Wild Things, Moynihan Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming, 1995; Here is the Southwest Desert, Horwitch LewAllen Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 1995; The Wild West: Three Parables, Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1994; Recent Works, Partners Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming, 1993; Seven Deadly Sins and Other Transgressions, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1992; Bruce Kapson Gallery, Santa Monica, California, 1992; New Paintings, Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho, 1991; and Thomas Reiley Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, 1990.
Her selected group exhibitions include: Just Travelin' Through, Tohono Chul Park, Tucson, Arizona, 1996-'97; Westward The Course...., Danforth Gallery, Livingston, Montana, 1996; La Bandera Vieja, MARS Artspace, Phoenix, Arizona, 1996; Tres Amigos, The Americana Museum, El Paso, Texas, 1996; Real/Unreal, Horwitch Newman Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona, 1996; Contemporary Perspectives, Horwitch Newman Gallery at Jerry Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, California, 1995; Wild West: A Step in the Right Direction, Brown Center for the Arts, Cowley College, Arkansas City, Arkansas, 1995; Touchdown at Sky Harbor, Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona, 1995; and New Southwest, Illinois Art Council, Barrington, Illinois, 1995.