Ann Kurz Chambers
My paintings evolve as I work on them, in water-based media, layer after layer. They are a synthesis of color, texture, light, shape and form. I have mentally absorbed and recorded impressions from the miles of hiking that I do in Colorado and Utah. I regard my work as a form of play – an attempt to capture the essence and interplay of color, the effects of geologic time and weathering by wind and water, light and shadow. I attempt to create a feeling of timelessness, whether the subjects are canyon walls or ancient remnants of stone wrought by man-durable monuments, nature’s icons.
I spend my winters in Grand Junction Colorado where I have landscaped my property with productive vegetable garden plots. In the warm season I summer at my “off the grid” cabin outside of Glenwood Springs Colorado. Over the years I have catalogued the wildflowers on my cabin property and recently published my book, Colorado Wildflowers, Montane Zone.
I have a wide array of artwork available. If you are interested in my art work or my book, please give me a call at 970-948-1993, or I can be reach via email at firstname.lastname@example.org