Ann Holsberry is an artist based in the San Francisco Bay Area. Her work celebrates the inherent beauty of the natural order of things from the microscopic to the cosmic. As an artist with a background in law and the healing arts, she explores interconnections in nature using mixed media and the experimental photographic process of cyanotype. She often works outdoors in direct collaboration with the forces of nature, using materials sourced directly from her surroundings.
In 2022, Ann’s work was part of the exhibition Kelp! at 836M. Her work has been exhibited and held in collections nationally and internationally, including the UCSF Cancer Medical Center and the Stanly Ranch Auberge Collection in Napa, CA. She has had residencies at Kala Art Institute, Los Medanos College, Le Cent Charenton, and Domaine des Grands Devers (France), and her art has twice been selected for the City of Emeryville Art In Public Places Program.
Raised on the Gulf Coast of Florida, Holsberry received her BFA from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Virginia and MRP and JD degrees from Cornell University. She practiced environmental law for thirteen years before focusing on art full-time.