About the Artist
Emeritus Professor Anne Krohn Graham has worked from her home studio in Richland, Washington, since retiring from the University of Delaware, creating one-of-a-kind paintings, sculptures, collages, and wearable objects. Graham received her Honors B. S. in Art Education from the University of Minnesota, her M. A. in Art with emphasis on higher education from the University of Northern Iowa, and her M. F. A. in Art with emphasis on Metals from the University of Iowa. She taught fine arts and design at the University of Delaware for 30 years and retired as Professor of Art and Head of Metals and Jewelry in 1999, receiving the distinction of Professor of Art Emeritus.
Graham is an award winning artist whose work is found in public and private collections across the United States and abroad. Her works are in the permanent collections of the Cooper-Hewitt Museum in N.Y.C. (the Smithsonian National Museum of Design), the DuPont Company, Mitsubishi Corporation, the Delaware Art Museum, and the University of Iowa Museum of Art as well as private collections. In her academic career, Graham received grants from the National Endowment of the Arts, the Delaware Arts Council, and the Gulbenkian Foundation of Lisbon, Portugal. She has been a featured artist in the public schools of Delaware as well as guest artist at many art centers, schools and universities. Her work and career have been described in numerous articles and books and she has exhibited her work at the Aaron Faber Gallery on Fifth Avenue in New York City for over 25 years. She is currently professionally active in the Society of North American Goldsmiths.