Informally, I have spent my life as an artist in the creative world of advertising. Alongside that career I continued drawing, painting, working with different mediums, discovering my voice and style. I describe my work now as --messy, uncommon, friendly contemporary art. My interest in the varied New England landscape is my primary source of imagery which I then reinterpret and integrate into my work. Coastal life is frequently evident in my colorful, boldly-designed works. I create some works to reflect what I see before me and others I add my personal reinterpretation to build a more meaningful, thought-provoking piece. Hope you enjoy my views of our world.
Ann (Mason) Trainor Domingue was born in Fall River, grew up in Swansea, Massachusetts and Barrington, Rhode Island, and spent many summer vacations on the Cape, before moving to New Hampshire.
She is a graduate of Rhode Island College with a BA Studio degree in painting and has pursued a career as an artist working as an art director, illustrator, teacher and full time painter.
Ann is a Copley Artist in the prestigious Copley Society of Art in Boston. Her work hangs in many private and public collections including the permanent collections of the McIninch Gallery at Southern New Hampshire University and Keene State College Student Center; Tenn and Tenn law firm, Catholic Medical Center and Manchester Place in Manchester, NH. Her award-winning work has been juried many times into the Currier Museum of Art/NH Art Association Annual Exhibitions, twice into the New Hampshire Biennial, three times in New England Watercolor Society regional exhibitions.
Ann is represented on Cape Cod at Gallery Antonia, Chatham, MA, Camden Falls Gallery in Camden, ME, Art3 Gallery in Manchester, NH, George Marshall Store Gallery in York, ME, and Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ. She teaches classes and workshops at the Currier Museum of Artís Art Center in Manchester, NH.