Ann Legere was born in Brooklyn, N.Y. and at the age of seven, her family moved to Sayville, N.Y, during her childhood years, she had a great love for art. Her father brought her a easel, realizing his daughter had talent, and so her imagination and creativity began to run wild.
She is a self-taught artist, and has taken workshops since 2006. Her medium is acrylic, oils, and watercolor. She is an impressionist painter and loves to paint outdoors. Her paintings are mostly landscapes, flowers, and beaches on Long Island. She loves nature, and loves having her subject there to see, knowing she can capture from her heart to canvas. The colors coming alive before her bring forth inner peace and contentment.
She had her work shown in several libraries, galleries, and outdoor shows on Long Island and has won several second place ribbons in art exhibits.
She is a member of Women Sharing Art, Wet Paints, and Pals – a pleinair group.
Ann continues to paint through her inspirations and fathers guidance from heaven. For he is truly what has encouraged her to live out her dream of becoming a artist.