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Annette Joseph


Born in Montreal, Annette was always drawn to printmaking. She attended Concordia University, in Art Education and Printmaking, studying there with Barry Wainwright and Yves Gaucher. Graduating with a BFA, she moved to New York City, teaching art at DeWitt Clinton High School and joining the Pratt Institute Printing Workshop, where she continued working in etching. Returning to Montreal after two years, she became a member of the Printmaking Atelier of the Saidye Bronfman Centre for the Arts School of Fine Arts where she continued to be an active printmaker for thirty-three years until the closing of the Centre in 2007. Her last nine years there she served as Head of Printmaking and teacher of etching. She now continues to print in her own studio and exhibits widely both locally and internationally. She is in many collections including Bibliotheque Nationale du Quebec and the National Bank of Canada.

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