Ms. Anne Morgan Spalter
Anne Spalter Studios
Anne Morgan Spalter is an artist, writer, and educator whose career reflects her long-standing goal of integrating art and technology. She creates art works that explore the concept of the “modern landscape” through both the subject matter and the digital processes used to create the work.
Her book, The Computer in the Visual Arts (Addison Wesley 1999), has become a standard reference text used at universities throughout the world. She created and taught the first fine art digital media courses at both the Rhode Island School of Design RISD and Brown University. She was an undergraduate at Brown, majoring in Mathematics and a graduate student at RISD, from which she has an MFA in Painting.
As a hybrid traditional/digital artist, Spalter’s work is included in leading contemporary collections in the US, Europe and the Middle East as well as in museums such as the Albright-Knox (Buffalo, NY) and the Victoria & Albert Museum (London, UK).
She and her husband have established the largest collection of early computer art in the US. Works from the Anne and Michael Spalter Collection have been displayed throughout the world and were on view at the MoMA in the show “On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century.” In early 2011, the deCordova Museum in Lincoln, MA exhibited works curated from the collection. Spalter also is a martial artist with a black belt in Kenpo Karate.
She is represented by the Stephan Stoyanov/Luxe Gallery in New York City, Catherine Rubin in Paris, and Candita Clayton in RI.