Photographic Pictures, Greeting Cards and Watercolor Paintings by

Anne T. Baum


     Anne Baumís formal education includes Suffolk Community College and Empire State College in New York. She received her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Ceramics in 1991.   Since her graduation she has expanded her artistic horizon to include photography, watercolors and mixed media.

    She has exhibited with the Long Island Craft Guild, Brookhaven Arts and Humanities Council, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Gillette House in Sayville, yearly with the Bell Street Artists  ( and at the Phoenix Gallery in Bellport.

    Anne also exhibits her photography with the Art League of Long Island in their annual summer and winter shows, Gallery North outdoor shows and many of the local outdoor art shows. She has received numerous ribbon awards for her photography. 

Blue Water Lilies with Sky Reflections, Photo

Evening Race in Bellport, Photo

Koi, Watercolor Painting, 19"x15.5" Matted and Framed, $235

Three Tulips, 23"x20.5" Matted and Framed, Colored Pencil, $325

Quality film photographs (not computer generated, altered or printed). Greeting cards have a  4" x 6" photo on a 5.5" x 7.5" folded greeting card, and include an envelope  Cards open for your personal greeting or message.

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Links to other artists whose work you might enjoy: "The Bell Street Artists, founded in 1973, is comprised of distinguished artists from throughout Suffolk County, who share a deep passion for their work. This award-winning group has exhibited across the NY metropolitan area, and through its fund raising efforts has generated scholarships for hundreds of talented, young art students." "I am an award winning watercolor artist. My imagination plays a key role in my art interpretation and in the composition of my paintings. I especially enjoy working with botanicals, nature, insects and still life. My painting style varies from realism to fantasy". "This site contains 40 watercolors on 140 lb. Arches watercolor paper. The paintings are of Landscapes and Figures or portraits. The watercolors are of the Transparent type, that is they do not contain any white paint. The white of the paper is the white in the painting. Most of the landscapes are of New Mexico areas and some are of architectural nature.  The portraits and figure works are of women mostly who work in NM markets and some of Mother and Child themes.  Some paintings include animals such as cats or birds."   John Fink's whimsical sculptures often include "far-fetched dragons." These small dinosaur-like creatures, along with miniature human forms, often populate relatively large imaginative sculptures (4 to 6ft high) to form mythological, free-standing environments or wall pieces and are for both indoor placement and outdoor garden settings. Some of these outdoor pieces are designed as fountains.