Ann P. Forbush printmaker


About the artist

Ann Forbush is a Boston-based artist, teacher and designer. She received a BFA in photography from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia in 1981 and is currently perusing an interdisciplinary MFA degree at MassART.

Her professional experience includes textile design for Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, collaborations with Worldwise Education and two community theatre companies. Ann has served on the faculty of the deCordova Museum School and the boards of The Monotype Guild of New England and the Watertown Children's Theatre. She currently teaches printmaking at the Maud Morgan Arts Center in Cambridge.

Ann is the author of the Par Avion Project, an international collaborative art exchange involving 50 artists which took place in 2011-2012 with exhibits in Boston, MA and Strasbourg, France. In 2014, she developed the Eye2i Game, a board game that incorporates the use of digital photography.

Ann has exhibited her prints and artist's books for the past fifteen years and has received three grants to fund collaborative projects. Her work is in private collections throughout New England, the collections of Boston's Children's Hospital, the Rochester Library and The National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C.


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