Current Work - Exhibit
How are You Doing Today? An exhibition of paintings on Emotions in Color
July 1 - July 26, 2014
10 - 6 Weekdays
10 - 2 Saturdays reception: July 11, 2014
5 - 8
at Gallery Underground
2100 Crystal Drive
Arlington, VA 22202
Blueline Crystal City Metro Stop
Anne Chandra has been painting for more than twenty years. She is a Professor of Art and Design and has taught at the Corcoran Museum and College of Art, the Art Institute of Washington. She has exhibited her paintings at the Corcoran Museum, Washington DC, The Chamber of Commerce, Washington DC, The Ellipse Gallery, Arlington Arts Center, Virginia, The Maryland College of Art and Design, The Orchard Art Gallery, Bethesda. She has an M.F.A. from Syracuse University, New York. She has been an Art Director for more than fifteen years with prestigious Ad agencies such as J. Walter Thompson and Earle Palmer Brown.
Anne works in both oils and acrylics. She has been the recipient of several Fellowships in the Arts including The American Association University Fellowship. She was the Director for Visual Communications at CEC, Sanford Brown College, Virginia for six years. Anne is currently a Professor at Boston University, DC Campus and also teaches in the Media Arts and Animation Department at DeVry University, Crystal City.
Anne Chandra has lived in Washington DC and working in Virginia for the past fifteen years and is passionate about painting and writing.
How are You Doing Today? An Exhibition on Colors in Emotion Gallery Underground
Selected work from Exhibit at
When you ask someone,
how are you today?no one ever says,
I’m not fine.
Yet each one of us has gone through a series of emotions during the day.
On display (at the Gallery Underground) are a series of paintings including: Aha!, Longing, Bewilderment, Shout, Scream and Cry, Laugh, Anger, Grief and more.
Please get in touch with your questions and comments.
Examples of Previous WorkArtist Statement
As an artist I feel the need to experience nature at first hand. Nature takes for me an almost mystical significance. My paintings are about the realization of my own emotions and my encounter with nature, color and light.