Anne E. Nipper
Anne started her career as an artist early in life, finding that using crayolas to decorate the dining room walls was an instant attention getter.
She moved on to more complex media and began her serious study under Stan Robinson, noted North Carolina coastal artist. Her work at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill encompassed painting and printmaking and resulted ina Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree. She has studied under fine artists such as James Gadson, Richard Kinnaird, Dennis Zaborowski and has worked closely with Ann T. Cooper of New Orleans.
Anne’s works have been exhibited at the Ackland Art Museum, the Weatherspoon Gallery, and at major art galleries throughout the United States, and are a part of many private collections. Her popularity as an artist is evidenced by the Gold Key and various purchase awards that she has received.