Middleton's Art Wall, August, 2021

The Rosa M. Harvey Middleton & Area Library would like to welcome local art enthusiasts to visit and view our art display featuring and promoting local artists in our area.

For the month of August we are featuring the artwork of local Anne Hebert.

Born in Middleton in the early 1960's, Anne has traveled the world many times being the daughter of a military man, and then later marrying one herself. She has recently moved back  to her home town in order to embrace the beauty the Valley has to offer. 

Anne attended art classes at the Winnipeg Art Gallery when she was younger, has experience in folk art and tole painting, and was also a loyal attendant of the four day Winnipeg Art & Craft show for 10 years. 

Anne's most beloved art style is mixed media, which she embraced after the passing of her spouse in 2017. She loves to work with pastes, palette knives, Q-tips, sponges, and plastic wrap.

 

As you can see from her work, Anne enjoys painting animals. Most of the paintings sold will have 50% of the proceeds donated to local animal charities, such as the SPCA.

We encourage you to view Ann's work at the Middleton Library until the end of August, and maybe even buy a piece!

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