Whitewater Valley Art Competition at Indiana University East.
This year's jurors were
Peg Faimon, Founding Dean at the School of Art, Architecture, and Design, IU Bloomington,
Betsy Stirratt, Founding Director of the Grunwald Gallery of Art at IU Bloomington,
and Maxim Weintraub, Gallery Director at the Herron School of Art And Design.
Ann was the only artist to have two paintings in the exhibit.
Annual SALI National Abstract Art Competition XIV 2018
The body is an interface between the galaxy and the worm
40 X 40, acrylic on canvas
3rd Place Award
American Artwork 2018
16 X 20, acrylic on canvas
Continuing the Party
IUPUI's Cultural Arts Gallery is excited to announce a juried community art exhibit that will take place in May 2014. The theme of the exhibit is “Continuing the Party”.
This exhibit honors the women in our lives by carrying forth the theme of Judy Chicago’s 1979 work, “The Dinner Party”. The 1979 “Dinner Party” is a collaborative piece that focuses on 39 women/feminine presences who have impacted world events and belief systems throughout the ages. For this year’s “Continuing the Party” exhibit, they are seeking artwork that celebrates the women in our lives - whether those women are spiritual presences, historical figures, cultural icons, or loved ones.
Ann's painting, Marie's Secret Dream, was selected for this exhibit.
In the Night Garden, a poem by Norbert Krapf, & Night Garden, oil on canvas, by Ann McGriffin
appear together in the March~April 2013 copy of Branches Magazine.
BRANCHES provides a forum for topics including personal growth, health care, the environment,
"Tell me where you came from, before you forget..." Herron School of Art & Design Alumni Show, COMING HOME, September 2011
REMEMBERING 9/11 an exhibit of the New-York Historical Society
The exhibition presents a selection of photographs taken by professional and amateur photographers in the immediate aftermath of the attack on the World Trade Center (originally collected in the independent exhibition here is new york: a democracy of photographs). One of Ann's photographs, taken in Venice, Italy ~ October 2001, is a permanent part of here is new york: a democracy of photographs.