ANN JOHNSTON CURRIE
From an early age, Ann had an apt for all things creative. This passion was fueled by her grandmother who encouraged her talent and creativity. This led her to study art in college and beyond.
While in college, Ann got to experience European adventures that helped fuel the inspiration for the art she created. After earning her bachelor's degree in general studies from LSU and a string of jobs outside of the creative field, Ann returned to school and earned her Master of Fine Arts from Southern Methodist University in Dallas.
Ann then stayed in Dallas and taught art for eight years at St. John's Episcopal School.
After her time in Dallas, Ann found her way back to Louisiana. She now lives on a farm in Sterlington that has been in her family for five generations. Located on the bayou, the farm serves as an inspiration for much of Ann's work, which often features landscapes. Her studio overlooks the water and provides the perfect setting to let her creativity run wild.