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Anne Hebebrand

Open Studio & Pop Up
part of Zonamaco & Art Baja

March 11 and April 21, 2023
11am - 3pm

At Calle Ripple, San Sebastian, Todos Santos

Anne Hebebrand’s abstract paintings weave a story becoming part of a larger universe. Each painting is like a short story, differing in feeling, color and composition. Using cold wax and oil leads to a tactical surface created not only by adding layers, but also by excavating and unearthing earlier layers.


Hebebrand splits her time between the East Coast of the United States and Todos Santos.

Join the artist at her studio to view her paintings and watch a demonstration on Saturday, March 11, 11AM-3PM.

** Please email Jessie at to request the current list of available paintings from Anne Hebebrand.


SEE PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS (click link below):

Glory & Despair [February 4 - March 15, 2022]


Anne Hebebrand

Anne Hebebrand creates luminous paintings rich with color and a tactile sensuousness. Her most recent work is less restrained and feels authentic and immediate. Creating art during the pandemic has been a reminder to embrace life’s messiness in all its glory and despair.


Through experimentation and improvisation, her process is supported by both a keen understanding of her materials and a deep knowledge of artists who have preceded her.


Born into the three generations of German artists Anne Hebebrand’s paintings are anchored in the tradition of the German Expressionists. A recipient of the Dana Pond Painting Award, Hebebrand received her BFA from the Boston Museum School and Tufts University, after moving to the United States in 1978. She received her masters in art history in 1992 from University of Alabama in Birmingham. Having taught for many years at the college and high school level, Hebebrand was named outstanding secondary arts educator by the Connecticut Art Education Association in 2012.

Hebebrand’s paintings are in private collections in the United States, Germany and Mexico. She is represented by Pez Gordo in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico and the Carverhill Gallery in Camden, Maine and currently lives in Bath, Maine and Todos Santos, Mexico.

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