Ann Pellaton is a prolific artist that has worked in a variety of media including watercolor, oil, etching, monoprint, and collage. Painting since the 1950’s and etching since the 1970’s, Ann received her Bachelors and Masters degrees in Art from Queens College. Ann studied alongside many notable artists including Barse Miller, Paul Wood, Aida Whedon, John Ferren, and Angelo Longo. Much of Ann’s works have been inspired by her life’s travels to places such as Africa, Italy, China, and Spain. She has exhibited throughout the United States, in Canada, Israel, Egypt, and Europe. She is the recipient of many awards from distinguished institutions such as the National Association of Women Artists, the Hecksher Museum, the Manhasset Art Association, and the Audubon Artists. Listed in “Who’s Who in American Women,” Ann is the former president of the National Association of Women Artists, She is also a member of the Aquarelle Club, Manhasset Art Association, and a longtime member of the Art Advisory Council of Port Washington. Her work is included in numerous private collections. Ann continues to work out of her home studio in Port Washington, New York where she is constantly experimenting with new materials and concepts.