Anne Hebebrand



My paintings are maps of memories that are in dialogue with one another. Colors and shapes evolve organically and bring each painting, with its own distinct composition and feeling, to life. I am guided by the process of layering paint, and excavating and unearthing earlier layers, until the moment arrives when everything seems to fall into place.

Art, like music, can unlock frozen memories that melt into seeds of creativity, transporting us to magical places.



Anne Hebebrand (b.1958 in Erlangen, Germany) creates abstract paintings rich with color and texture using oil and cold wax medium. A recipient of the Dana Pond Painting Award, Hebebrand earned a BFA from the Combined Degree Program at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University in Boston, MA and a MA at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.

Hebebrand’s paintings are in many private collections in the United States, Germany and Mexico. She is represented by the Galeria Militar in Todos Santos, Baja Sur, Mexico and by the Carverhill Gallery in Camden, Maine. She has been featured in several publications including the New York Times and Art New England.

The artist has participated in solo exhibitions at the Carverhill Gallery, Camden, Maine, the Maine Jewish Museum of Art, Portland, Maine, the Galeria Militar, Todos Santos, Mexico, the Galeria de Todos Santos, Todos Santos, Mexico, the Frank Brockman Gallery, Brunswick, Maine, the Alexey von Schlippe Gallery, University of CT, Groton, Connecticut, Artworks Gallery, Hartford, Connecticut, the Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, Augusta, Georgia; among others.

Hebebrand currently lives and works in Bath, Maine and spends the winter months in Todos Santos, Mexico.