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artist

Anne Hicks Siberell, artist. Artist-in-Residence grantee, Women's Graphic Center, National Education Association, 1983.

Background

Siberell, Anne Hicks was born in 1953.

Education

Bachelor of Fine Arts, University of California at Los Angeles Chouinard Art Institute, 1953.

Career

Guest panelist Women's Caucus for Art, California, 1977. Guest lecturer and workshop artist University Kentucky, 1980. Visiting artist American Academy, Rome, 2005.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • One-woman shows include College Notre Dame, Belmont, California, 1970, Nong Gallery, San Francisco, 1971, John Bolles Gallery, 1972, Marquoit Galleries, 1974, Tyson Gallery, 1976, Zara Gallery, 1977, Palo Alto Cultural Center Award Show, California, 1977, San Francisco Art Festival, principal works include Bakersfield College Gallery, California, 1977, one-woman shows include Stuart Gallery, Berkeley, 1978, Montalvo Center Arts, Saratoga, California, 1982, San Francisco Conservatory Music Gallery, 1982, Graduate Theological Union, Berkeley, Museum Art and Design, Costa Rica, Meridian Gallery, San Francisco, Palo Alto Arts Central, Sonoma State University, exhibited in group shows at World Print Gallery, San Francisco, 1980, Art Institute Chicago, 1981, California Crafts Museum, Palo Alto, 1982, Elvehjern Museum Art, Madison, Wisconsin, 1983, Kathryn Markel Gallery, New York City, 1984, United States Information Agency, Barcelona, Spain, Frankfurt, Germany, Africa, 1984, Metropolitan Museum Art, New York City, 1985, the International Development & Education Award Gallery University California, Santa Cruz, 1985, Mary Porter Sessnon Gallery University California, 1985, University Chicago Library., 1986, Media Gallery Somar Gallery Space, San Francisco, 1986, New Work Center Book Arts, New York City, 1986, Represented in permanent collections Library. Congress, United States Information Agency, National Museum Women in Arts, Washington, New York Library.

      Special Collections, Oakland Museum, California, Republican Bank New York, Merrill Lynch Incorporated, Bankamericard, Bankers Trust, Mills College, Cleveland Art Institute, University of California at Los Angeles, Oxford University, Bravo! Brava! A Night at the Opera Oxford University Press, 2001, Hermits of Laurel Canyon, 2003, Visiting Artist American Academy Rome, 2005.