Anne Buck Designs

“I am an artist who loves the luminosity and translucence of watercolor

and the soft blended colors of pastel.  I work to create pieces with vibrant color in a somewhat impressionistic style.”

After gradating with a degree in Ornamental Horticulture and Landscape Design from Delaware Valley College in PA I moved to  Maryland where I worked for the Soil Conservation District doing field surveying and design.   I then moved to Sussex County Delaware where I worked as a conservationist planning erosion and sediment control structures.  In 1987 I went back to school, finished a certification in secondary science and a Masters in Biology.  I taught middle school biology for nearly 20 years for Cape Henlopen School District.

It was upon retirement in 2006  that I followed my passion for art and began a series of workshops in watercolor, studying with Mary Whyte, Charles Reed, Mel Stabin, Ted Nuttle and Janet Rogers among others.  I sit on the board of the Milton Arts Guild and am a member of several guilds in the southern Delaware region.  I love to paint all subjects but have a focus on portraits.  Presently I am teaching beginning watercolor workshops at the Studios on Walnut in Milton, DE.