Skip to main content



Anne Muntges (b. 1982) studied at the Kansas City Art Institute earning her BFA in Printmaking in 2005 and at the University at Buffalo earning her MFA in Printmaking in 2008. Based in Brooklyn, her work focuses primarily on highly detailed drawing, prints and installation. She has been exhibited at the Children’s Museum of Arts in Manhattan, the Ukrainian Institute of Modern Art in Chicago,  the Burchfield Penney Art Center in Buffalo, and many other spaces nationally. Recently her work was on view in the exhibition Consuming Moment, at the Roswell Museum and Art Center in New Mexico.

Muntges’ work is in many collections including the California College of the Arts, Library of Congress, Joan Flasch Library, and the Burchfield Penney. She has been awarded a NYFA/ NYSCA Fellowship in 2014 and became a Sustainable Arts Finalist in 2021. She has also received many fellowships since 2010 including the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, BRIC, Guttenberg Arts, the Roswell Artist in Residency Program, and the Monira Foundation Artist Residency.

Verified by ExactMetrics