Anne Ambrose - Dolls Tea Party

(October – December 2015 at the Vanderbilt Kennedy Center)

Anne Ambrose started doing art by doodling as a way to express herself. From an early point, she wanted to render things that had to do with unity and inclusiveness. Many of her paintings have a psychological story and include fairies, angels, spirits, and bright colors. The first Dolls Tea Party painting is now in the collection of the Tennessee State Museum.

Over the years, Ambrose's work has been featured in shows across the nation and locally in exhibits at the Frist Center, Parthenon Gallery, Striped Door Gallery, and Belle Meade Mansion.

Last Updated: 9/28/2015 1:30:49 PM

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