Anne Rynearson (b. 1972) is a Minnesota-based artist, curator and teacher. Anne explores abstraction through painting and printmaking media. Her imagery is influenced by science, pseudoscience, mysticism and feminist themes expressed through a mythological lens. She has shown her work nationally and internationally through juried competitions and invitational exhibitions. She is represented by the ODETTA Gallery in New York, NY and is a member of the Chicago Alliance of Visual Artists-IL, the Women’s Caucus for Art-New York, NY, the Woman Made Gallery-Chicago, IL and the National Association of Female Artists-Minneapolis, MN. Anne is the recipient of three Minnesota State Arts Board grants and a Jerome Foundation Fellowship to support her work in a printmaking residency in Germany. Her creative endeavors also extend into other artistic communities and in education through her independent work as the founder and curator of the ANAGRAM Gallery, an online platform for emerging and mid-career artists, and as an adjunct professor of art at Hamline University in St. Paul, MN (upcoming 2023).