Annie Giblin has been painting for about 18 years. She is very committed to the eighteenth and nineteenth century American style in her painting. As a primitive artist, she tries to keep the records of America's past fresh, spontaneous and alive. The majority of her work consists of historical house scenes, landscapes, animal portraits, children's portraits and miniatures.
Many of Giblin's works are shown in galleries and shops throughout the United States, such as the American Folk Art Museum in New York, Shaker Round House Museum in Massachusetts as well as the Mercer Museum in Pennsylvania.
Giblin was given her first show by Florence Baravarian of the Watermelon Patch in New York. Her work was on display at the Wunsch Art Center in an art show called "Old Folk/New Folk." In 1993 Giblin was chosen to be included in the Directory of Traditional American Crafts published by Early American Life magazine and has been recognized as a fine artisan to the present day.
Giblin lives in Lititz, Pennsylvania, with her husband and two children and continues to strive for quality in her work.
Annie Giblin 9 South Locust St Lititz, PA 17543 Phone: 717-626-1942 Fax: 7176261942 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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