Anne Harris (sculptor)

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Anne Harris
Born (1928-07-21) 21 July 1928 (age 88)
Woodstock, Ontario
Nationality Canadian
Education Central Technical School; Ontario College of Art
Known for sculptor

Anne Harris (born 21 July 1928), is a sculptor from Woodstock, Ontario. She is one of the most prominent Canadian sculptors, with a career of more than three decades. Harris first launched her career after visiting New York City in 1974. Her first show was at the Jaro Gallery on Madison Avenue, followed by more than a dozen shows in New York City and Chicago. Her sculpture, Opus 87, can be found in the Albright-Knox Art Gallery in Buffalo, New York. Her exhibits have also been displayed throughout Europe and Asia.

In Canada, two of her sculptures can be found in the Official Residence of the Prime Minister, 24 Sussex Drive. Additionally, La Citadel is home to one of her bronze works.

Harris was born in Woodstock, Ontario. She studied at Central Technical School and the Ontario College of Art. Her work has been featured in nearly 40 exhibitions across North America and is included in over 100 private and public collections including the Albright Knox Gallery, the Canadiana National Capital Collection, Outdoor Sculpture at Rideau Hall, the official residence of the Governor General of Canada and the Chongquing Fine Art Museum, China. Anne Harris has won Ontario Society of Artists awards on two different occasions and has exhibited her work throughout Canada, the United States and Europe.[1]

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  1. ^ "Tohawah - Artist: Anne Harris". Windsor Sculpture Park: City of Windsor. Retrieved 13 April 2016. 

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