Anne Packard is a nationally recognized painter from Provincetown, Massachusetts. The painting tradition is strong in Anne Packard's family from her grandfather Max Bohm, a turn of the century impressionist, to her grandmother, great-aunt, uncle, mother, and daughter.
From her sketches and line drawings to finished pastels and works on paper, this 176 page hardcover book takes the reader on a unique journey through Anne Packard's creative process. Essays by David Michaelis and Peter Frank.
The book includes a DVD with a 30 minute documentary about the artist, produced by Shout and Emily Lau (History Channel, Discovery Network). Art Direction, Design, Production, and Documentary by Shout.
This book is available for $95.
We apologize, but this book is out of print. In this sweeping retrospective collection, artist Anne Packard presents the mature work of a keen observer of life, the world, and her beloved Cape Cod. Most pointedly, she captures Provincetown's hooked harbor and expansive sky as grand as a western sky above the plains, reaching beyond its precarious perch. Anne Packard's work is raw and mysterious, sharing her studies of personal solitude and a glimpse into her enduring creative devotion to the moods and grandeur of light. The work is accompanied by text from contributing writers, as well as a personal artist statement from Packard. A 2007 Benjamin Franklin award-winner for Best Art Book, this limited, numbered edition is also signed by the artist.