A native New York visual artist, Anne Stanner splits her time between New York City and the Hudson Valley. She sculpts various media including clay, wax and metal. Her outdoor public art has been featured at the Kingston Sculpture Biennial, Kingston, NY, Rockland Community College, Suffern, NY, Rockaway Beach Park, Queens, NY and in the Riverside Park South, NYC. Her smaller work has been showcased at various NYC galleries including the Noho M55 Gallery, the Prince Street Gallery, the George Billis Gallery and the Ernest Rubenstein Gallery, and at public venues such as the Godwin-Ternbach Museum at Queens College, The City College of New York and branches of the New York City Public Library —Ottendorfer and Tompkins Square—in the East Village. Ms. Stanner is the recipient of several awards from the Salmagandi Club and The Art Students League of New York. She recently received the Alumni Career Achievement Award from the City College of New York. Ms. Stanner holds an MFA in Art & Sculpture from The City College of New York.

For more than a decade, Ms. Stanner has been President of the Sculptors Alliance, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization dedicated to furthering the understanding and expression of sculpture through exhibitions, workshops and other activities, with a focus on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. She has curated several exhibits on Governor’s Island, NY for the organization.

Twice a week, Ms.Stanner mentors emerging artists at The Art Students League of NY where she teaches Metal Sculpture.