Anne C. Savedge
Currently teaches photography at John Tyler Community College. Taught at the University of Richmond,
Chesterfield Technical Center and at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts. Emeritus Board Member 1708 Gallery.
Biography included in Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in the World. and Who’s Who Lifetime Achievement
Solo and Dual Shows:
Movin’ TYLER Gallery, Jan. 24 – Feb. 28, 2020
Shootin’ Artspace Gallery, Mar. – April, 2016
Anne Savedge, A Survey, LRI Gallery, May – August 2013, Cap One Gallery, Oct 2013 – Jan 2014
Seasons and Gardens, Artspace Gallery, Richmond, VA Sept – Oct. 2012
Color and Motion, Staunton Augusta Art Center, June - July 2012
Belly Dancers, Balliceaux, Richmond VA, Jan - Feb. 2011
In Motion, Avenue Arts Gallery, Lynchburg, VA June, 2009
Color and Movement, Project Space Art Gallery, Plant Zero, Richmond VA Jan. 2008
Anne Savedge, Virginia Center for Architecture, 2004 - 2009
Belly Dancers, Quirk Gallery, Richmond, VA, April 2006
Anne Savedge: Water Series, Capital One Art Gallery, August – September, 2005
Anne Savedge: Water Series, E3 Gallery, New York City, April 2004
Veils of Water, Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Jan-March 2003
Pixels, 1912 Gallery, Emory and Henry College, Sept. – Oct. 2000
Threefold: Perceptions, 1708 Gallery, curated by Trudy Van Dyke, January 1999
Selected Group Shows:
Korea/American Exchange Exhibition, Gaya Culture and Art Center, Goryeong,North Korea, June 2019
Hung Juried, Glave Kocen Gallery, Richmond VA February 2019
Iconic Memory: Capturing the Fugitive, Chroma Gallery: Charlottesville, VA June 2016
SESPE Juried Show: Center for the Visual Arts, Greenville, Oct. 2 – Nov. 8, 2015, Lee Gallery, Clemson U. Jan. 4 – 28, 2016
Summer Lovin’ Taubman Museum of Art, Roanoke, VA, May – September 2014
Let’s Dance: ArtWorks Gallery, March 2014, and March 2015
Herald1: Gellman Room Gallery, Sept - Oct 2013
The Space of Nature, Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, VA, August – December 2012
International Art Exhibition, Daegu, Korea, April 2012, 2017, Gyungsan, Korea, October 2012
The Four Seasons, Photoplace Gallery, Vermont, Feb. – March 2012
Art as the Mother Tongue: a Dialogue between East and West, LRI Gallery, Feb. - July 2011
Gallery 2800 Winter show, Jan. 2011
Grounded, 621 Gallery, Tallahassee FL, October 2010
Minds Wide Open, Montpelier Center for Art, Feb. - Mar. 2010
Uzbekistan Biennial, October, 2009 Bookart!@Artspace, Sept –Oct 2009
Wonderous Women, Avenue Arts Gallery, Lynchburg, VA, Feb. 2009
International Art Exhibitions, Beijing, China, Seoul, Korea, July 2007; Xi’an, China, August 2008.
Wish You Were Here, AIR Gallery, Chelsea, NYC, June 2005, June 2007, June 2008, July 2009, July 2010, July 2011, July 2012
Stationary Voyages, Mariner’s Museum, Newport News, VA, June 2007 to Fall 2008
Partners in the Americas, traveling show throughout Virginia and in Santa Catarina, Brazil, 2006 – 2008
Generations 6, A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY, Feb. – March 2008, Dec. 2011.
Lilly Oncology on Canvas, Royal College Of Art, London, England, Nov. 2006, NYC, Dec. 2006, travelling exhibition, 2009
Yongsan International Art Exhibit, Seoul, Korea, August 2006.
Tripping the Light Fantastic, Agora Gallery, NYC March-April 2006.
Cool, Riverviews Artspace, Lynchburg VA July - August 2006
Artificium of Humanitas, Daegu Art and Culture Center, Daegu, Korea, 2004, George Mason Art Gallery, 2005
VSPA Awards Show, Gallery 49, Newport News, VA, March 2004
Five from Nature, Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, Nov. – Dec. 2002
Without Words, Center for Photography at Woodstock, March – May, 2002, curator, Debra Singer
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Center for Photography at Woodstock; Taubman Museum, Roanoke, VA Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, Farmville, VA, The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, The Polaroid International Collection, Westlicht Photographic Gallery, Vienna, Austria, Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond; Valentine Museum; Capital One , Virginia Center for Architecture, Soho Myriad productions, and many private collections.
Virginia Museum Professional Artist Fellowship, 2001 - 2001
Individual Artist Fellowship, Virginia Commission for the ARts, 1999
Willie Anne Wright, Lenseless Images, with Deborah McLeod, 1708 Gallery, Sept, 2003
NewRealities/Digital Transformations, National Digital show, 1708 Gallery, Sept 1997
Still/Moving, with Julyen Norman, 1708 East Main Gallery, July 1992
Art Ex Machina, National Copier Art Show, with Mitzi Humphrey, 1708 East Main Gallery, April 1990
Altered Images, National Photography show, 1708 East Main Gallery, April 1987
More Than Black and White: Contemporary Trends in Photography, Bedford Gallery, Longwood College,
New Image Gallery, James Madison University. Sept.-Nov. 1986
Light and Lens, 1st Edition,(McGraw Hill, 2007) and 2nd Edition, Robert Hirsch, Focal Press, 2012
Exploring Color Photography, 4th edition by Robert Hirsch, McGraw Hill, 2005, 5th Edition, Focal Press, 2011
Introduction to Digital Photography, 1st and 2nd Editions, Joseph Ciaglia
Arts, Underwater Frieze, Summer 2001, cover and P. 9
Photo Review, Summer 2000 issue, juror, William Wegman
Afterimage, May/June 2000, 2000 SPE National Conference, p.6
New Realities/Digital Transformations, CD ROM, writer and editor, 2000
Let’s Get Digital, Teaching Digital Imaging, Lessons and Ideas, CD ROM, editor and contributor, 1999
TheMagic Wand II, Teaching Digital Imaging, Jones and Ciaglia, Addison Wesley Longman, March 1998
Virginia’s Photographers, Longwood Center for the Visual Arts, 1997
New Mexico Photographer, Winter 1995, p. 29
The Magic Wand, An Exchange of Ideas for Instructors Teaching Digital Imaging, Compiled by Barbara London and PeggyJones, Harper Collins, 1995. Pp. 147-148.
CEPA Gallery Second Biennial Art Auction Catalogue, May, 1994, Buffalo, New York
Exploring Color Photography, 2nd edition by Robert Hirsch, W.C.Brown Publishers, 1992, p. 130.
The CreativeWoman, Photography Issue, Spring/summer 1989.
Va. Museum of Fine Arts, 1984-86
Richmond Children's Museum, 1987-88
Artist-In-Education Grant, Virginia Commission for the Arts, Fall 1988.
Shenandoah Photographic Workshops Summer 1988.
Selected Professional Honors:
Southeastern Art Educator of The year, 2000
Excellence in Photographic Teaching awards, Honorable Mention, Santa Fe Center for the Visual Arts, 2000
International Teacher Development and Exchange, Cheshire, England, Feb. 1994
AIE Study Grant, VA Commission for the Arts, 1988
Teacher of the year, VA Trade and Industrial Education, 2005
National Education Team, SkillsUSA 1994 - present
Virginia Art Educator of the Year, 1998-1999