Anne Stoeber grew up in Northern New Jersey with a life-long love of drawing and painting. After attending The Newark School of Fine and Industrial Art, Anne began work as a computer graphic artist while continuing to develop her style and technique. Animals were always a favorite subject, and she went on to do commissioned pet portraits. While for a time raising two energetic sons took priority, Anne resumed painting, taking classes taught by local respected artists. Working mainly in oils, she has been lauded for her realistic landscapes and continues to perfect her skill.
A fascination for light and shadow, as well as a passion for complex realism, are the unifying threads of Anne’s work. Her intense attention to detail, color, and form capture a wide variety of subjects: quiet spaces within vibrant cityscapes, shimmer of light across water in coastal byways, peaceful communication between life and landscape.
Anne’s work has been featured in juried art exhibits throughout New Jersey including the St. John on the Mountain Juried Art Show. She has won recognition at Tewksbury Juried Art Exhibit, and the Center for Contemporary Art Juried Show. She has done many commissions, as well as work sold to private collections. Anne continues to study with Gary Godbee at the Center for Contemporary Art, and lives with her husband in Denville, New Jersey.