Anne M. Trimble

Anne M. Trimble

Anne Trimble has been drawing since she could hold a pencil and has always been fascinated by the human face. Inspired by impressionist greats, especially Degas and Cassatt, she is captivated by the human form in its environment.

When Anne discovered the world of pastels, her previously monochrome palette was enriched with color and emotion, helping her to further capture the personality of her subjects.

As a member of regional and national arts organizations, Anne found community and growth. She has been honored to have her work included in many juried exhibits and has consistently won juror awards. Her work has also been included in the North Light book Art Journey: Portraits and Figures.

In her work, Anne strives to express the human spirit and tell the stories of her subjects.

A collage of three images. On the left is a portrait of a woman with long brown and gray hair, with bangs. She's wearing glasses and a maroon scarf tied around her neck. On the right are details from two paintings. On the top are dancers stretching, on the bottom is a still life with a tea kettle, tea cup, and fruit.