Our Artists > Anne Tuttle

Anne’s primary interest is drawing, and in the early 90’s, she became part of a small group of artists who were exploring the emerging medium of colored pencil. The ability to combine her love of drawing and detail with color was appealing, and she spent eight years with the group and their instructor. Anne quickly came to appreciate colored pencil’s simplicity and versatility, and has found satisfaction in watching colored pencil grow in popularity and become an accepted medium in art shows and galleries. Anne strives for a minimalist approach, and a clean, uncluttered look in her artwork. Anne has a special interest in maritime art, and has found much inspiration in the New England and Florida coastlines. Shells, flowers, birds, and sea life are other favorite subjects. In addition to working in colored pencil and graphite, Anne creates delicate Silverpoint drawings, using a technique that dates back to the Old Masters. She also enjoys creating cloud paintings using alkyd oils, with beautiful Florida skies as inspiration.

Anne is a member of the Colored Pencil Society of America, and The American Society of Marine Artists.

Vintage Treasures
Colored Pencil
Captiva Coast
Colored Pencil
Snowbirds
Colored Pencil
Daylilies
Colored Pencil
Snook
Silverpoint and Ink
Plotting the Course
Charcoal & Graphite
SunFlower Farm
Colored Pencil
Window to the Sea
Colored Pencil
Lure of the Sea
Colored Pencil
Yellow Crowned Heron
Colored Pencil
Roosting Spoonbills
Colored Pencil