WAAM is pleased to present our exclusive interview with Ann DuBois, an artist, writer and illustrator who invokes her deep historic ties to New York and the Hudson Valley in her work.
WAAM: How would you describe yourself?
WAAM: Are you a Hudson Valley native? If not, what brought you here and how long ago?
Ann: I’m a down-stater, born in Queens, attended High School in Manhattan and College at Pratt in Brooklyn. I moved to Woodstock with my children in 1973 As a student at Pratt I spent parts of my Summer at the Art Students League in Woodstock and loved it.
WAAM: What & why do you create?
Ann: I don’t ask myself what and why I create it’s just who I am.
WAAM: What is your sustaining inspiration?
Ann: I’m inspired by the world around me. It’s an endless source.
WAAM: Do you have a job to support your art? How is it relevant?
Ann: I was represented by the Ursus Gallery in Manhattan for many years and beside gallery art I’m a writer illustrator.
Thank you Ann!
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