Anne Emmons’ work translates between the arbitrary separation of art and life, mundane and sacred, human and divine.

Her images invite the viewer to see through them, into what is not yet revealed.
The artwork is an offering to the viewer to contemplate, to be still and to experience the thin membrane between the rush of time felt in the outer world and a sense of timelessness in one’s inner life.


Azusa Pacific University      MFA – Visual Arts, Painting 2010

University of Colorado – Denver             BFA – Drawing and Painting 1987


Red Rocks Community College, Lakewood, CO

Colorado Christian University, Lakewood, CO

Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design

Guest Lecturer – Art history

Gordon College Orvieto Semester, Orvieto, Italy                           2002

Epiphanies of Beauty Notre Dame, Indiana                                  2004

Corona Presbyterian Church, Art History lecture series                 2002

Festival of Sacred Arts, Denver, CO                                              2004

Te Deum Institute, Tulsa, OK                                                         2011

Studio Art Workshop instructor

Colorado, California, Kansas, Oklahoma                           2004-present

Red Rocks Community College

Art instruction of ESL students