Anne Veraldi

Born Billings, Montana. Lives in San Francisco, Ca

Blurring the line between art and life, Anne Veraldi’s art is based on the carrying out of actions. Her witty American Landscape series takes us to places such as the White House Lawn and the infamous Grassy Knoll. Veraldi often uses time and the element of chance, observing and recording an experience. She reminds us of environmental changes by bringing our attention to melting ice and its jewel-like quality or drawing with honey to create a whimsical collaboration with the insect world.

Anne Veraldi received a bachelor’s degree from the San Francisco Art Institute. Her work is in private and public art collections including the Crocker Art Museum and the Di Rosa Preserve.

Anne Veraldi, Forest Lawn Cemetery, LA, CA, 2002, C print, 60″ x 96″

Anne Veraldi, The Grassy Knoll, Dallas, TX, 2002, C print, 46″ x 120″

The Great Lawn, Central Park, New York, 2002, C print, 60″ x 80″

The South Lawn, The White House, Washington D.C., 2002, 120″ x 90″

Anne Veraldi, Ants #58 ,2004, C Print, 20″ x 16″

 Anne Veraldi, Ants #41 ,2003, C Print, 20″ x 16″

 Anne Veraldi, Ants #60 ,2004, C Print, 20″ x 16″

Anne Veraldi, Ants #37 ,2001, C Print, 20″ x 16″

Anne Veraldi, Filament #8, 2006, C print, 20″ x 30″

 Anne Veraldi, Filament #12, 2006, C print, 20″ x 30″