Ann McMahon’s work is featured in museum exhibits in New Mexico and Colorado. Her portfolio – Coyote Tales – featuring her hand produced canvas prints of her wildlife images, opens at the Farmington Gateway Museum August 22nd, 2016. Coyote Tales was a total success at the Branigan Cultural Center in Las Cruces last year. Her portfolio – The Disappearing Mining Landscape of Grant County – premiers at the Western Museum of Mining and Industry (WMMI) in Colorado Springs, September, 2017.
Ann spends hours developing her images in software as she used to do in the darkroom. She then prints her own canvas, sprays it, builds her own frames, stretches and, finally, attaches the canvas to the frame. This insures the images are made with the best crop for composition. It also insures maximum quality for the print and archival standards.
In Silver City, Ann’s fine art prints can be seen at Tree Spirit Gallery and at United Country Realty, both on Bullard Street in downtown Silver City. You can see some of Ann’s images right now on her website – www.AnnMcMahon.com.