Anne E. Hirondelle

For over 30 years Anne Hirondelle has been a full-time artist, making sculptural vessels, sculpture, and drawings in her studio in Port Townsend, Washington.  She has exhibited nationally, including one-person and group shows in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles, Kansas City, Chicago, Scottsdale, and Seattle.  Her pieces are in myriad private and public collections, including the White House Collection at the Clinton Presidential Library-Arkansas, The Museum of Arts and Design-New York, the L.A. County Art Museum and the Tacoma Art Museum.  She was the recipient of a NEA grant in 1988.  In 2004, Anne was a finalist for the Seattle Art Museum Betty Bowen Artist Award.  

In 2009 she received the Twining Humber Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement.

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