About The Artist

Anne Price YatesAnne Price Yates is a West-Coast neo-impressionist artist, working in oil, acrylic, and watercolor. Her fascination with art began as soon as she could hold a pencil. She drew people, and when she was barely four, the neighborhood children brought her paper to draw for them. From the fifth grade, she studied at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh in the special Saturday classes with the Tam-O-Shanter group and later in the smaller Palette class. In the Palette class, she learned to use only primary colors to achieve her desired hue. At twelve, she was experimenting with oil and then acrylic and casein paints.

cover-small-crpAt fourteen, she was among the youngest of sixteen students selected from the Palette class to research, design, and paint four large backdrop murals for a Medieval and Renaissance Arms and Armor exhibit at the museum. The Pittsburgh newspapers, KDKA television station, and Life Magazine covered this six-week summer project.

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