As the daughter of Holocaust survivors, Anne Kantor Kellett is interested in many humanitarian issues. The underlying themes of vulnerability and surviving recur in her art. Anne’s work was additionally impacted by the genocide committed in Rwanda. Her empathy moved her to lead missions to Rwanda, where she worked with genocide survivors in the aftermath of 9/11.
Anne, a native New Yorker, attended the High School of Music and Art, is a graduate of Fordham University and has studied at the Art Students League and the International Center for Photography.
Anne completed the diploma program at the National Academy Museum and School and was the recipient of a Newington Cropsey Foundation Fellowship for Sculpture under the direction of Greg Wyatt. Currently, she works in her studio in Bucks County, PA. Her work has been shown in numerous galleries across the country and is in many private collections.
Anne Kantor Kellett Talks With Juvenal Reis