Printmaker, and quilter…I like lots of texture in fabric and other media. I often think in different media…I will make a quilt (or see fabric) and want to see how I could create the same feeling in a wood cut or visa versa. I like to work large and use thick paint too.
Or-Anne has B.S. in Broadfield Art Edu. (Northland College) and M.F.A in Edu. from UW-Superior. She taught k-12 art for 10 years in southern Wisconsin, owned and operated an Antique & Art Gallery for 18 years, served as director of both Edgerton and the Greater Ladysmith Area Chamber of Commerce, and served as treasurer of the Wisconsin Art Education Association. Ori-Anne is a member of many local, state and national arts and cultural organizations. She is the founder of the Arts Council of Edgerton, and founder and retired director of Fine Arts Center & Gallery Ladysmith. She currently sits on the board of directors of Northwest Heritage Passage and is the chair for the Archives Committee for Northland College Alumni Association. She is also the author on a book of historic Wisconsin pottery and writes quarterly news letters for Wisconsin Pottery Association and Fine Arts Center & Gallery, as well as the Arts column in the Ladysmith News.