At the very first opportunity, I will be adding to this page by really pouring on the hype. We do have quite a list of achievements, particularly Ann. Be patient-----not that hype is all that important.




by Ann Herzog Wright:

 “Allied Artists of America,” New York

 Art Du Monde, Japan

 “Society Of American Impressionists,” Scottsdale, St. Louis

 Springville Museum Of Art, Utah

 Pioneers’ Museum Show “Artists Of The West,” Colorado Springs

 Scottsdale Invitational, Arizona

 California Classic, West Lake, CA

 Jackson Hole Alliance Auction, WY

 Pastel Society Of America, New York, NY

 Pastel Society of Canada

 Loveland Museum Calendar Exhibition, twelve artists

 Arts For The Parks, Jackson, WY

 Artists Of America, Denver, CO 1991-1993

 Colorado Governor’s Invitational Art Show & Sale,

 The Great American Artists Exhibition, Cincinnati Museum Center ‘96-’99

 C.M. Russell Museum Benefit, Great Falls, Montana

 Miniatures Albuquerque Museum Foundation

 American Art in Miniature, Gilcrease Museum, Tulsa, Oklahoma

 Settlers West American Miniatures Show, Tucson, Arizona

 Oil Painters Of America Show

 Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Exhibition Golden, CO

 Colorado Art Open, Golden, CO

 Coors Western Art Exhibit & Sale, Denver

 Spirit of the Great Plains Art Sale & Exhibition-Museum Of Nebraska Art, Kearney

 Kimball Art Center Auction, ‘05-07, Park City, Utah

 Colorado Mountain Club Exhibit and Sale, ‘05, Denver,CO.

 Virginia Museum of Animal Art

 Barns & Farms, National Juried Fine Art Exhibition, Kewaunee, WI  ‘07

 Bergstrom-Mahler Museum, Neenah Wi. ‘08

 Paint  America Recognition top 50



 Art Talk

 Southwest Art Magazine, Dec. 1985

 Colorado Homes and Lifestyles, April 2000

 Wildlife Art Magazine, Jan./Feb. 2003

 In the collection of Zibby Tozer, article in New York Times,’08

 In collection of Sen.John Warner

 In collection of Ambassador Joseph Wilson



Ann Getting Recognition

Here is Ann with an Award from the Bergstrom-Mahler Museum Show in Neenah Wi. Also showing reknowned clay artist Rick Foris and Tom Dailing, jeweler extraordinare.

I thought I would throw this little painting up because it is me fishing the Tomorrow River many years ago. It is a watercolor and it proves that I can be a model. Interestingly, while this painting was done while we lived in Colorado, the Tomorrow River is now our home. Amherst is on this great waterway. We canoe it, we fish it and we admire it. 

This is early summer and I am working outside and posturing, it would seem. It is a nice setting and it does give an opportunity to see the work in a natural setting.

This is a fat squirrel, rather like me in my age. The nut being a cold beer.