Ann E. Vreeland
Ann Vreeland was originally in the class of 1974 at Adrian College in Michigan. After a lengthy hiatus, during which she raised her family she returned to Adrian College, earning a Bachelor of Art degree in 1997, and a Bachelor of Fine Art degree in 2000.
Ms. Vreeland is currently the sole proprietor of Sisters Seaside Ceramics, a micro pottery focusing on non-functional ceramics. Vreeland also teaches ceramics at her studio in Bryan, Ohio and at the Marco Island Center for the Arts in Florida. She, and her husband Howard, are residents of Marco Island and live part time in Bryan.
She very much enjoys exploring the world of clay and its many facets including design, construction and technicalities of the firing process.
Ann has exhibited her works at:
- Stubnitz Gallery, Adrian, Michigan
- Hillsdale and Spring Arbor Colleges, Michigan
- The Pioneer Art Show, Ohio
- Williams County Historical Society, Ohio
- Marco Island Center for the Arts, Marco Island, Florida
- Bryan Community Hospital, Permanent Collection, Bryan, Ohio
Her work has been sold at several juried art shows including Annapolis, Maryland; Hilton Head, South Carolina; Toledo, Ohio; and Glenview, Illinois. She has recently been represented at the Coyote Woman Art Gallery in Harbor Springs, Michigan and at the Marco Island Center for the Arts in Marco Island, Florida.