Available Works by Anne Appleby

The central reference in Anne Appleby’s work is derived from her relationship to the trees, plants, wildflowers, and grasses of Montana and the American West and seasonal changes associated with the natural world.

About Anne Appleby

Anne Appleby was born in 1954 in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania and moved to Montana at age 17. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1977 from the University of Montana and embarked on a 15-year apprenticeship with an Ojibwe elder, learning to patiently and deeply observe nature.

Of a Piece | Summer

"Of a Piece" is an email newsletter in which we look at a single artwork with the artist. For this first iteration, we look at Anne Appleby's 2005 painting, Summer  and Anne shares an important connection to the poetry of Mary Oliver.

Tacoma Art Museum

Anne Appleby explores the beauty and majesty of central Montana in We Sit Together the Mountain and Me. By keeping an intense focus on the landscape, Appleby explores the terrain around her studio from sweeping mountainsides to the exquisite specificity of individual trees.