Ann Miller Finch is a visual artist based in Wilmington, North Carolina. Her artwork is created through a colorful lens and a love of pattern and texture. Utilizing painterly marks and gestural brush strokes, her art evokes intuition and expression. Bold and unexpected color palettes are a distinguishable factor of her paintings, as well as a continuous experimentation with new elements and mediums.
Finch studied Studio Art at the University of North Carolina Wilmington (BA, 2021) where she was the recipient of the Dorothy Gillespie Scholarship in Art and the Ann Flack Boseman Scholarship. Her solo exhibition, “The Reach of My Arms” was featured in 2021 at Ann Flack Boseman Gallery.
"If you could say it in words there would be no reason to paint."