CHAIRish 2012: Artist Spotlight, Ann King
|The saying reads: “Even though you have all the love you could ever want from me,
here’s a little extra love to keep you company.”
Ann has been involved with helping abused and neglected children in a variety of ways since
1981. She understands that there are many causes to care about in Central Indiana but feels that many of the problems have been caused by the person needing help. Children have not caused themselves to be abused or neglected and it is our job to step in and offer our assistance the best way that we can.
Ann’s has studied at the Indianapolis Art Center with Paul Sweany, Jean Vietor and Sandy Ezell, among many others. She has also participated in workshops with national artists such as Judi Wagner and Joan Rothmeral, as well as local artists, such as Rob O’Dell and Henry Bell. Her artwork has been accepted in the National Abstract Show, Midwest Exhibit, and Indianapolis Art Center, among others places. She has received several Honorable Mentions and Best of Show in Metalsmithing.
Tell us what you think of Ann’s stool. Isn’t it adorable? Do you know someone who would love to see that in their home?