Ann Talton Rudd is an artist from North Carolina. Her atmospheric paintings exhibit at the local, regional, and national levels, and have garnered awards in a variety of juried shows. She simplifies subjects using expressive line work and brush strokes in paintings that depict scenes of quiet introspection and contentment.
Ann has a B.A. in psychology from East Carolina University, an M.S. in Applied Psychology from Virginia Tech, and is licensed by the N.C. Psychology Board. Before retiring, she provided programming and assessment services for people with developmental disabilities for many years.
Art Awards: Jurors include art professors, nationally-noted artists, and gallery owners:
2007 3rd Place- “Black and White” juried competition- Charlotte Art League
2008 2nd Place-“Women’s History Month” juried competition-Charlotte
Merit Award-“Women’s History Month” juried competition-Charlotte
Merit Award-“Inside Wants Out” juried competition-Charlotte
People’s Choice Award, Second Place-“Large Works” exhibition-Charlotte
1st Place-“Spring into Art”-Regional juried competition-Charlotte
“Fall into Art”- juried show Charlotte
2009 Merit Award-“Fall into Art”-Charlotte
2010 One of 50 artists accepted into “North to South” competitive exhibit of NC and SC Artists-
Green Rice Gallery, Charlotte
2011 “Spring Into Art”- juried show Charlotte
2012 “Fall into Art”- juried show Charlotte
2013 January juried exhibition at Red Sky Gallery in Charlotte
“Fall into Art” juried show-Charlotte
2015 “Back to the Garden” national juried exhibition- Ciel Gallery- Charlotte, two paintings accepted
“Carolina’s Got Art” June Salon regional juried competition -Elder Gallery- Charlotte
Four paintings at “Fall into Art” juried show -Charlotte
2016 Second Place-- "Artists of the Carolinas" Judged competition-Gallery 27- Lincolnton, NC
2016 Merit Award--"Fall Art Soiree" Judged competition- Butler Studio- Gastonia,
Artwork that conveys the calmness of quiet introspection, the peacefulness of being still in the moment. In a world that is surging with activity, effort, and angst, I hope that my paintings can be a reminder of the quiet times that are available to us all.