Ann Saint John Hawley (1919-2011)

Ann Saint John Hawley Biography

Ann Saint John Hawley was born in Panama in 1919 and raised in the Philippines, Washington, D.C. and Lake Bluff, Illinois. She earned a Bachelor of Science in Theater Arts from Northwestern University and a Master of Arts in Painting from the University of Denver. She and her husband moved from Denver, Colorado to the thriving art colony of Taos, New Mexico in 1975.

Hawley was a dedicated artist, potter, sculptor, and practitioner of Butoh, as well as a mother of six. Her works include oil paintings, watercolor, pen and ink drawings, sumi drawing, woodcarvings, woodcuts, serigraphs, monoprints, etchings and sculpture. Her works are inspired by her feeling that spirit is in all forms and manifests itself in the dynamic flow of integration and disintegration.

A prolific and active artist throughout her life, she continued to paint and sculpt until her passing in 2011 at the age of ninety-two.

Schools of Study

Northwestern University
University of Denver

Partial List of Collections

Harwood Museum of Art
Numerous Private Collections

ann hawley portrait

Selected Exhibitions

Gallery Maravilla, Taos, NM 2004
New Directions Gallery, Taos, NM 2004
Michele Cook Gallery, Santa Fe, NM 2005
Harwood Museum of Art, Taos, NM 2006
203 Fine Art, Taos, NM 2012

Ann Saint John Hawley at 203 Fine Art

Please follow the link below to view the online catalogue for the 2018 exhibition of the artist's work at 203 Fine Art.

A Collection of Works | Exhibition Catalogue on ISSUU

Selected Works in our Inventory