Résumé

Education

  • 1980— Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. M.F.A.
  • 1973—Universidad de Puerto Rico, Studies in Art and Spanish
  • 1970—Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona. B.A. (cum laude)

Solo Exhibitions (selected):

  • 2006—"Animal Farm," Jackson Street Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 2006—"Mood Swings," Larsen Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 2005—"Anne Coe," Ogilvie/Pertl Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  • 2003—"Recent Work," Yavapai College, Prescott, Arizona
  • 2003—"The Natural World," Cultural Exchange, Scottsdale Arizona
  • 2003—"Covert Operations," West Valley Museum – Arizona
  • 2002—"Recent Work," Cultural Exchange Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 2000—"Animal Dreams," Vanier Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 2000—"Visions of the New West," Martin Harris Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1999—"Life Examined," Midwest Museum of American Art, Indiana
  • 1999—"Recent Works," Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1998—"Life Examined," University of Arizona; Joseph Gross Gallery, Tucson, Arizona; Joy Tash Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1996—"Chronicling The Millennium," Horwitch Newman Gallery – Scottsdale, Arizona (October)
  • 1995—"Wild Things," Moynihan Gallery – Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1995—"Here is the Southwestern Desert," Paintings from the Book, Horwitch LewAllen Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1994—"The Wild West: Three Parables," Elaine Horwitch Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1993—"Recent Works," Partners Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1992—"Seven Deadly Sins and Other Transgressions," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1992—"Seven Deadly Sins and Other Transgressions," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1992—Bruce Kapson Gallery, Santa Monica, California
  • 1992—"Ranch Romance," Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho
  • 1991—"New Paintings," Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho
  • 1990—Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1990—Thomas Reiley Gallery – Chicago, Illinois
  • 1989—"Domestic Crisis," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1987—Art West Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1987—"Road Hazards," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1985—"Natural and Unnatural Disasters," Segal Gallery – New York, New York
  • 1980—MFA Thesis Exhibition, Harry Wood Gallery Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Group Exhibitions (selected):

  • 2017—"Western Pop," Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe, Arizona
  • 2016—"Off the Page," Mesa Art Center, Mesa, Arizona
  • 2016—"When Push Comes to Shove," Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
  • 2013—"Animal Crackers," Tempe Center for the Arts, Tempe, Arizona
  • 2008—"Cowgirl Up!" Desert Caballeros Western Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona
  • 2008—"Recent Works," Visions West Gallery, Denver, Colorado
  • 2008—"Trouble in Paradise," Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
  • 2008—"Cowgirl Up!," Desert Caballeros Museum, Wickenberg, Arizona
  • 2007—"Cowgirl Up!," Desert Caballeros Museum, Wickenberg, Arizona
  • 2006—Nicolaysen Museum, Casper, Wyoming
  • 2003-05—"The Other Side of the West," Traveling Exhibition
  • 2005—Autry Museum Traveling Exhibition
  • 2001—"American Women Artists," Nedra Matteucci Gallery – Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2001—"How The West Was Won," CMC Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2001—Group Exhibition, Gallery of Contemporary Art, Glasgow, Scotland
  • 200l—Visions West Gallery, Bozeman, Montana
  • 2001—The Other Side of the West, Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona
  • 2001—The Other Side of the West, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
  • 2000—"An American Cowgirl: An Image of Her Own," Jackson Hole Historical Museum, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 2000—"Home on The Range," Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, Arizona
  • 2000—"A Backward Glance at the Illustrators of Arizona Highways," Phippen Museum, Prescott, Arizona
  • 1999—"Small Works," Martin Harris Gallery, Jackson, Wyomin
  • 1999—"Minature Art Show," University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming
  • 1999—"Millennium Reflections," Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1999—"Flora, Fauna & Folk of the Forest," Mesa Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1999—"Wild Women of the West," Martin Harris Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1998—Robert Kidd Gallery, Birmingham, Michigan
  • 1998—"Small Works," Martin Harris Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1998—"Leading the West," McClaren/Markowitz Gallery, Boulder Colorado
  • 1998—Miniature Show, University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming
  • 1998—"American Women Artists Invitational," Trailside Americana Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1997—"Leading the West," Medicine Man Gallery, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1997—"Show of Kindness," McClaren/Markowitz Gallery, Boulder, Colorado
  • 1997—"Woman The Artists' View," Bennington Center for the Arts – Bennington, Vermont
  • 1997—"Yellowstone 125 Years," Martin Harris Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1997—"Good Night: Art After Dark," Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1997—"Arizona Stories," Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1997—Two Person Show, Joy Tash Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1997—29th Annual Yellowstone Art Center Show, Billings, Montana
  • 1997—"Elementary, My Dear," Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1996-97 "Just Travelin' Through," Tohono Chul Park, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1996-97 "Going Places," Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix Arizona
  • 1996—"Westward the Course .... ," Danforth Gallery, Livingston, Montana
  • 1996—"Fly, Float & Locomote," Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1996—"La Bandera Vieja," MARS Artspace, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1996—"Tres Amigos," The Americana Museum – El Paso, Texas
  • 1996—"Real/Unreal," Horwitch Newman Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1995—"Contemporary Perspectives," Horwitch Newman Gallery at Jerry Solomon Gallery, Los Angeles, California
  • 1995—"Wild West: A Step in the Right Direction," Brown Center for the Arts, Cowley College, Arkansas City, Kansas
  • 1995—"Touchdown at Sky Harbor," Sky Harbor Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1995—"Bear with Us," Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1995—"Earth, Mind and Spirit," Sun City Art Museum, Sun City, Arizona
  • 1995—"New Southwest," Illinois Art Council, Barrington, Illinois
  • 1994-98—"Sole of the West," Desert Cabelleros Museum – Wickenburg, Arizona; Traveling: Arizona, Texas, California, New Mexico
  • 1994—"Fish Out of Water," Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1994—4th Annual "New Art of the West" Eiteljorg Museum – Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1994—"Art and the Law," Traveling: Seattle, Washington; New Orleans, Louisiana; Canton, Ohio; Colorado Springs, Colorado; Oswego, New York
  • 1994-92—"Small Works," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1993—"Way Cool," Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1993—"Art of the Spirit," The Center for Transcultural Exchange, New York, NY
  • 1993—"Cajitas-Altarpieces, Two Views," The Hispanic Research Center Arizona State University – Tempe, Arizona
  • 1993—"The Petersen House," Tempe Fine Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1993-97—"Art From the Driver's Seat: Americans and Their Cars," Museum of Our National Heritage – Lexington, Massachusetts; Traveling: USA
  • 1993 "Food Descending the Staircase," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1992 "By the Book," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1992 "Just Like Us," Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1992 Arizona Wildlife," Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1992 "Black on White," Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1992 Group Exhibition, Soho West, Denver, Colorado
  • 1992 Anne Coe and Tova Beck-Freedman, Grand Canyon University, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1991—"The Evolving Western Image in Art," Cypress College Fine Arts Gallery, Cypress College – Cypress, California
  • 1990 "New Art of the West," Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1990 Galleria Primitiva, Santa Barbara, California
  • 1990 "God's Dogs," Fellowship for Ecology and the Arts, Traveling Exhibition from Santa Fe to Silver City, New Mexico
  • 1990 "Earth Day 1990: A Commemoration," Elaine Horwitch Galleries Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1989 "Harleys and Indians," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Palm Springs, California
  • 1989 "Cowboy Christmas," Desert Cabelleros Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona
  • 1989 "The Reflected Image: An Exhibition of Self Portraits," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1989 "Schenck and Friends," Main Trail Gallery, Jackson, Wyoming
  • 1989 Inaugural Exhibition/Permanent Collection, University Art Museum, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1989 "All Over: The Art of Pattern," Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1989 "Animals," Casa Grande Art Museum and Creative Arts Center, Casa Grande, Arizona
  • 1989—"Into the Superstitions," Mesa Southwest Museum – Mesa, Arizona
  • 1989 "New Works/New Artists," Prairie Lee Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1989 "Animals," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Sedona, Arizona
  • 1988 "The I-40 Connection: Contemporary Artists of the Southwest," Oklahoma Art Center, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • 1988 "Masks," Old Pueblo Museum, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1988 "The Best of the West: A Celebration of Western Art in Scottsdale," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale Arizona
  • 1988 Prairie Lee Gallery, Chicago, Illinois
  • 1988 "Gardens," Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho
  • 1988 "Introductions ‘88," Leslie Muth Gallery, Houston, Texas
  • 1988 "Arizona Bizarre," Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1988 "Dog Meets Dog," Anne Reed Gallery, Sun Valley, Idaho
  • 1988 "Arizona Artists," Coconino Fine Arts Center, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • 1987 "Contemporary Critters," Leslie Levy Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1987—''Animals," California State University at Fullerton, California
  • 1987 Main Trail Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • 1987 Lakota Gallery, Santa Monica, California
  • 1987—"American Painters," Columbus Museum of Art – Columbus, Georgia
  • 1986 "Women Who Create," Coconino Center for the Arts, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • 1986 Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Santa Fe, NM; Palm Springs, California
  • 1986 Traveling Throughout Arizona, Arizona Commission on the Arts
  • 1985 "American Art Now," Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Georgia
  • 1985 White Tops Gallery, Palm Desert, California
  • 1985 Victoria Larson Gallery, Los Angeles, California
  • 1985—"Women of the American West," The Bruce Museum – Greenwich, Connecticut
  • 1985 "Folk, Funk, and Fantasy," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1984 "Contemporary Print Makers," Etherton Gallery, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1984 "3 From Arizona," The Segal Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1984 Victoria Larson Fine Art, Los Angeles, California
  • 1984 "Electronic New Arts," Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale Arizona
  • 1983 Suzanne Brown Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1983 "What Ever Happened to the Avant Garde?" Orange Center for Contemporary Art, Santa Ana, California
  • 1983 17th Southwestern Invitational, Yuma Art Center, Yuma, Arizona
  • 1983 "Taste of Tempe," Tempe Fine Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1983 "Aspects of Animal Art," Suzanne Brown Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1983 "Arizona Fine Arts Presses," Arizona Commission on the Arts, Traveling throughout Arizona
  • 1982 White House Easter Egg Invitational, The White House, Washington, DC
  • 1982 Adam Gimbel Gallery, New York, NY
  • 1982 1982 Arizona Biennial, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
  • 1982 Arizona Fine Arts Presses, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1982 Art West Gallery, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • 1982—1982 Arizona Biennial, Tucson Museum of Art – Tucson, Arizona
  • 1982—Centro de Arte Moderna de Guadalajara – Guadalajara, Mexico
  • 1981 "Women in Design", Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1981 "Works on Paper," Carson Sapiro Gallery, Denver, Colorado
  • 1981 Ryan Gallery, Las Vegas, Nevada
  • 1981 Suzanne Brown Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1979 Arizona Women's Caucus for the Arts Invitational, Arizona

Publications (selected):

  • Poulton, Donna; Poulton, James. Painters of the Grand Teton National Park. Gibbs Smith Publisher, 2015: 234, 235.
  • Tucson Museum of Art. "Trouble in Paradise: Examining Discord between Nature and Society." 2006: 64, 65
  • Marquis, Who's Who in American Art. 2010: 256
  • Coe, Kathryn. The Ancestress Hypothesis, Visual Art as Adaption. Rutgers University Press 2003, cover image.
  • Hagerty, Donald. Leading the West:One Hundred Contemporary Painters and Sculptures. Northland Publishing, 1917: 168,169
  • Polacheck, Lisa. "ANNEthropology," 2010-2011. Where Guestbook Arizona: 60-63.
  • KDKB. "Hearing the Century: Voices of Arizona Arts Past and Present." NPR affiliate, Phoenix, AZ
  • Erickson, Mary. Art and Making Meaning: Understanding through Questions. DVD Educational Resource.
  • The International Economy, May/June 1989: 80-89
  • Wilkinson, Tod, Southwest Art, June 2005, cover article.
  • Roukes, Nicholas, "Artful Jesters, Ten Speed Press, 2003: 52,53
  • Hassrick, Peter, "Drawn to Yellowstone, Artists in America's First National Park, Autry Museum, University Washington Press, 2002: 218, 220, back cover
  • Walsh, Michael L. Rutgers University Press, Science, Spring.
  • "The New Frontier", U.S. ART, June/July 2001 CORRECT?
  • Robbins, Carolyn C. "A Century of Arizona Women Artists", American Art Review Feb. 2001:82
  • Villani, John Carlos. "Artist Coe Rides Out a ‘Roller Coaster' Year." The Arizona Republic, A & E 17 Dec, 2000, p. E3.
  • Anderson, Richard," Anne Coe Painting Her Passion," Images West, Jackson Hole Guide Summer 2000: 8.
  • Anderson, Richard, "Coe, Schenck Share their Western Visions", Jackson Hole News, Stepping Out 7 July, 2000: 7.
  • Cherry, Jim, Loco for Lizards. Northland Publishing, Color Plates 20, 27 & Back Cover, 2000.
  • Anderson, Richard, "Anne Coe: Painting her Passion for the Enviroment." Images West, Summer 2000: 8.
  • Webb, Betty, "Change on the Range." Arizona Tribune, 9 June, 2000, Sec.D: 3.
  • Bailey, Eileen, "Artist Believes in Living Gently on the Land." The Arizona Republic, 16 February 2000, Sec.G: 12.
  • Gatto Joseph, Porter, and Selleck, Albert W. Exploring Visual Design, Davis Publications, Color Plate p 202, 2000.
  • Sarda, Michel F, Faces of Arizona, Art Renaissance Initiative, 1999: 20, 21.
  • Midey, Connie, "Take A Walk on The Wild Side of New Exhibit." The Arizona Republic 17 June 1999: 10.
  • McCornock, Alyssa, "'Wild Women' ride at Martin-Harris." Jackson Hole Guide 17 March 1999: D6.
  • Abendroth, Richard "Martin-Harris to Get Wilder" Jackson Hole News 10 March 1999: 7.
  • Bix, Cynthia. Art of The State-Arizona, Harry N. Abrams, Inc Color Plate, 1998:84
  • Sweeney, J. Gray. Anne Coe: Life Examined. 1-8
  • Barker, Ed. "The Story Teller", Apache Junction Independent 14 October 1998:5,13.
  • Portwood, Pamela "Timely exhibition at UA Reflects Use, Abuse of Animals." The Arizona Dailey Star 11 September 1998, Sec. D: 6.
  • Boehme, Sarah E. Whitney Gallery of Western Art, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Color Plate page 69, 1998.
  • Beeler,Jaye. "Honor Thy Mother-Artist on a Mission to Save the Desert." Arizona Republic 16 April 1998: 63,64.
  • Roukes ,Nicholas. Humor in Art, Davis Publications, Color Plates pages 52, 95 & back cover, 1997.
  • Bailey, Eileen. Arizona Celebrity Cookbook, Northland Publishing, 1997
  • Hagerty, Donald J. "The New West-Searching for Modern Metaphors." Southwest Art November, 1997: 22,24.
  • Pyne, Lynn. "The Art of Healing." Southwest Art November 1997: 81.
  • Polette, Keith. Children's Literature in Education. 1997 Vol. 28, No. 3: 163-175.
  • Brown, Hannah. "Where to Read All About It." New York Post 1 April 1997: 50.
  • Lebow, Edward. "Mama and Dadaism." New Times March 13-19, 1997: 61.
  • Meyers, Christine. "Yellowstone Art Auction", The Billings Gazette 24 January 1997 cover, section D: 8.
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Art of the Real West." Arizona Republic 16 January 1997, sec. C: 1,2.
  • St. Jacques Miles, Candice. "Millennium Visionary Explores Preconceptions." Phoenix Home and Garden December 1996: 36-38.
  • Jones, Bill. "Artists to Paint Rosier Future for Land." The Phoenix Gazette 15 November 1996, Community: 1.
  • Nilsen, Richard. Art Notes: "Gallery Wanderer Discovers Good, Bad and Shallow", Arizona Republic 27 October 1996, sec. E: 4.
  • Walenga, Karen. "AJ Artist's Circle of Life", Pinal Way Spring 1996: 4-8.
  • Martin, J.C. "Southern Arizona Authors." Book Reviews, The Arizona Daily Star 3 December 1995, sec. H: 13.
  • Brown, Margaret. "Fabulous Fall" Bottom Line, Southwest Art December 1995: 26.
  • Johnson, Penny. "The Wolf is at the Window: An Interview with Anne Coe." Art-Talk November 1995: 22,23.
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Romancing Our Land." Arizona Republic 29 October, 1995, Sec G. 1,5,
  • Weiss, Jean. "A New Mission." Jackson Hole News Fall Arts Festival, 13 September 1995, Sec A: 3.
  • Baxter, Kris. "Artist's Childhood Memories Revived While Illustrating Disney Book," Apache Junction Independent 5-11 July 1995: 3.
  • Weiss, Jean. "Wild Things." Images West Summer 1995, cover and 10,11.
  • Bailey, Eileen. "Eating With: Painter Discusses Art of Fine Dining," Arizona Republic 21 June 1995: FD4.
  • Brown, Margaret. "Bottom Line." Southwest Art February 1995: 38.
  • Peck, Joyce. "Arizona Artist Signs Books in Torrington." Waterbury Republican April 1995.
  • "Art and the Law." American Bar Association Journal, 1994: 74-75
  • Art and the Law: Nineteenth Annual Exhibition Catalogue. West Publishing Company, 1994: 20-21
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Contemporary Art in Arizona." Art in Arizona 1994: 8-17.
  • Flood, Elizabeth Clair. "Three Women Artists of the West," Cowboys and Indians, Spring 1994: 38-42
  • Baker, Lori K. "Nourishing the Spirit." Phoenix Magazine, July 1994: 82-87.
  • Weiss, Jean. "Justice in the Wild." Images West Summer 1993.
  • Sullivan, Heather. "Coe, Post Show Work at Partners Gallery." Jackson Hole News August 11, 1993: 13.
  • Dicker, Kiana. "Anne Coe" Southwest Art June 1992.
  • "Art Aid," Glenn Frey's Benefit, USA Today 6 February 1992, sec. D:1
  • Mattern, Hal. "Mothering the Earth." Arizona Republic 8 December 1992: 2.
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Seven Deadly Sins Come Alive: Get Updated in Paintings." Arizona Republic 27 May 1992, D1: 4.
  • "Visions of the Real West." Arizona Republic 5 January 1992, E1: 6.
  • Pontello, Jacqueline M. "The Bottom Line." Southwest Art November 1992: 40.
  • Wilkinson, Todd. "Artist Vignette: Anne Coe." Wildlife Art News March/April 1992: 120-122.
  • "Desert Cities Scene." Los Angeles Times 18 May 1990 sec. D: E13.
  • Mannheimer, Steve. "Western Art Show Based on Myth." The Indianapolis Star 22 July 1990: E8.
  • Dicker, Kiana. "Anne Coe." Southwest Sampler Fall 1990: 8.
  • Sasser, Elizabeth Skidmore. "Coyotes in Myth and Art." Southwest Art February 1990: 54.
  • Pontello, Jacqueline M. "Earth Daze," Southwest Art June 1990: 20.
  • Robbins, Jim. "The Elks, Autumn Descent." New York Times 22 October 1989, Sec. 5, p. 20.
  • McCoy, Ron. "Three Artists of the New West," Arizona Highways July 1989:12-7.
  • McCarty, Karlin. "A Room of My Own-Anne Coe." Scottsdale Progress 20 May 1989.
  • Givson, Daniel. "The Ubiquitous Coyote." The Santa Fean April 1989: 68-74.
  • Butler, Dimone. "Totem Fest at Horwitch." The Tab 9 March 1989.
  • Coe, Anne and Kollasch, Sheila. "Into the Superstitions," V Magazine February 1989:16 illustrated.
  • Larma, Susi. "Superstition Mountains Outing Broadens Painter's Art." 1989 22 Feb:11.
  • Collmer, Katherine. "Museum Notebook, Modern Superstitions." Southwest Art January 1989: 80.
  • Millins, Jesse. "Razing Arizona." Art Today Spring 1988: 38.
  • Gregory, J. Lee. "Arizona Bizarre Art Exhibit Looks at Southwest in New Light." Arizona Republic 15 July 1988: 6.
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Art E. Coyotes Steal Museum Show." Arizona Republic 23 July 1988: C1.
  • Nilsen, Richard. "Abreast of the West." Arizona Republic 8 July 1988.
  • Beaudin, Victoria. "Best of the West." Scottsdale Progress 22 July 1988: 22.
  • Pyne, Lynne. "Bizarre Exhibit: Light-hearted Images of Arizona." Phoenix Gazette 18 July 1987: D3.
  • Kessler, Nancy. "Coe Finds New Challenges ..." Jackson Hole Guide 26 August 1987:12.
  • Coe, Kathyrn. "Charming Art .... With a Gadfly's Sting." Phoenix Home And Garden May 1987: 43.
  • Roukes, Nicholas. Acrylics Bold and New. Watson Guptill. NY, 1986: 92, 93, Color plate: 93.
  • Wood, Ted. Jackson Hole News 23 August 1986, p. 6. 7 August 1985, p. 2.
  • Stuart, John. "Jackson, Wyoming." Southwest Art July 1985: 66.
  • Rose, Barbara. "The Year of the Arizona Woman, Women Who Create." Arizona Republic, 24 February 1985: AW 7.
  • Andresen, Chuck. "Flatfooted Fantasy," New Times Weekly 9-15 November 1983: 40.
  • Montini, Ed. "Art." Arizona Republic 31 March 1983: E3.
  • Young, Joe. "Art Critic." Scottsdale Progress 4 March 1983: 3.
  • Ewing, Robert. "Esthetic Badness." Artweek 18 December 1982: 4.
  • Kotrozo, Carol. "Four Women Artists." Artspace Fall 1982: 40.
  • Swift, David. "Art in Jackson Hole." Jackson Hole News 15 September 1982.
  • Locke, Donald. "Arizona Invitational." Artspace Summer 1982: 75.
  • Perlman, Barbara. "Surprising Women Artists." Arizona Arts and Lifestyle Summer 1982: 61.
  • Kotrozo, Carol. "Surveying a Region." Artweek 17 April 1982: 6.
  • Coe, Kathryn. "A Sister's Eye View." Scottsdale Progress 18 December 1981: 35.
  • Hardaway, Francine. "Art: Not Cowboy and Often Female.", New Times Weekly 21-27 December 1981: 30.
  • Adler, Deb. "Women in Design International." Scottsdale Progress 5 March 1981.

Collections (selected):

  • Museum of Contemporary Art, Glasgow, Scotland
  • Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona
  • National Museum of Wildlife Art, Jackson, Wyoming
  • Figge Art Museum, Davenport, Iowa
  • Booth Museum of Western Art, Cartersville, Georgia
  • Liberty Wildlife Learning Center and Hospital, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Arizona State Museum Art Museum, Tempe, Arizona
  • Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • Desert Caballeros Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona
  • Whitney Museum of Western Art, Kriendler Gallery of Contemporary Western Art, Cody, Wyoming
  • Midwest Museum of American Art, Eklhart, Indiana
  • Centro de Atre Moderna, Guadalajara, Mexico
  • Chandler Center for the Arts, Chandler, Arizona
  • Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • Museum of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota
  • Northern Arizona University Art Museum, Flagstaff, Arizona
  • Columbus Museum of Art and Sciences, Columbus, Georgia
  • Sky Harbor International Airport, Phoenix, Arizona
  • Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
  • Fundacion de Anthropologia para El Ecuador, Quito, Ecuador
  • Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona, Nelson Fine Art Center
  • McDonald Corporation, Oakbrook, Illinois
  • Mesa Southwest Museum, Mesa, Arizona
  • City of Tempe, Arizona
  • Mayo Foundation, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • West Publishing Corporation, Eagan, Minnesota
  • Words and Pictures Museum, North Hampton, Massachusetts
  • Washington State Art Commission, Olympia, Washington
  • Valley National Bank, Phoenix, Arizona

Lectures and Teaching:

  • 2013 Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, Lecture Burton Barr Library, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 2005 Booth Western Art Museum, Lecture / Powerpoint Cartersville Georgia
  • 2002 "A Brush with the West," Arizona Art Education Association annual meeting keynote speaker.
  • 2002 Master's Workshop, Mesa Art Center, Mesa, Arizona
  • 2001 Phoenix Art Museum, Women in Art Series, Lecture, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 2001 American Woman Artists, Panel Discussion, Content in Art, International Folk Art Museum, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 2000 Guest Lecturer, Arizona State University, School of Art
  • 2000 Workshop and Slide Lecture, Disciplined Based Art Institute, ASU Graduate Course, Art Education, Sedona, Arizona
  • 2000 Salon, Spirit of the Senses, "Evolutionary Relationship of Art and Science," Vanier Gallery on Marshall, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1999-06 Adjunct Professor, Drawing & Painting, Central Arizona College, Apache Junction, Arizona
  • 1998 "Painting Ideas," Scottsdale Artist School, Instructor, Spring Session, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1998 Speaker, "Art and Healthy Communities: A Forum," Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1998-99 Workshop and Slide Lecture, Tempe Disciplined Based Art Institute, ASU Graduate Course, Art Education, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1997 Slide Lecture, Forum, Overlapping Artworlds: "Here and Now: There and Then," Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1997 Slide Lecture, Southwest Artists Association, Prescott, Arizona
  • 1996 "Composition and Content in Painting," Scottsdale Artist School, Instructor, Fall Session, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1996 Lecture and Workshop, Eiteljorg Museum, Indianapolis, Indiana
  • 1996 "Chronicles of the Millennium," Contemporary Forum Lecture, Horwitch Newman Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1996 Salon, Spirit of the Senses, "A Chronicle of the Millennium," Lecture, Horwitch Newman Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1996 Prescott Art Docents, Prescott Art Center, Prescott, Arizona
  • 1995 Workshop, "Here is the Southwest Desert," Santa Fe Public Library, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1995 Mural Project Director, Gold Canyon Elementary School
  • 1995 "Artist as Environmentalist," P.A.W.S. Annual Meeting, Slide Lecture, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1994 Salon, Spirit of the Senses, Studio Workshop, Apache Junction, Arizona
  • 1993 Slide Lecture, Docents, Nelson Fine Arts Center, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1993 Workshop, Desert Caballeros Museum, Wickenburg, Arizona
  • 1992 Keynote Speaker, Southwestern Division of the Community College Humanities Association Regional Conference
  • 1992 Lecture, "Seven Deadly Sins," Docents, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1992 Lecture and Workshop, National Educators Association, Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1992 Lecture, Valley Leadership Art Series, Nelson Fine Art Museum, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1991 South Mountain Community College, Lecture and Workshop, Department of Fine Art, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1991 Lecture, International Friends of Transformative Art, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1990 Lecture and Workshop, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Pueblo, Colorado
  • 1989 Lecture, Gateway Community College, Professional Artist Series, Graphics Art Department, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1987 Lecture, "Creativity and the Artist's Work," Elaine Horwitch Galleries, Scottsdale, Arizona
  • 1987 "Mentor's Workshop," Arizona Women's Caucus on the Arts, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1987 Lecture, Women in Design, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1987 Lecture, Women Image Now, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1986 Workshop,"Amazin' Amazon Animals." Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1983 Artist in Residence, Arizona Commission on the Arts, Shonto, Arizona
  • 1983 Film and Video Workshop and Demonstration, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1983 Workshop, Compas in the Schools, Heard Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1983 Lecture, "Forming the Public Taste," Rio Salado Community College, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1983 Parent/Child Workshops, 2-D and 3-D Miniatures, Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1981 "Media and the Arts," Arizona Women's Caucus on the Arts, State Conference
  • 1981 Workshop "Animals in Art," Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1981 "Life After Graduation," Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1981 Panel Moderator, "What's Right and Wrong with the Phoenix Art Museum," Phoenix Art Museum, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1981 Arizona Commission on the Arts, Artist in Residence, Yuma, Arizona
  • 1980 Workshop, "Private Places, Secret Spaces," Museum for Youth, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1975 Women Film Makers, International Women's Year Conference, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1975 "Film and Media," Arizona Women's Caucus on the Arts, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1995 Drawing Instructor, Short Course, Arizona State University
  • 1974 Teaching Assistant, Drawing and Life Drawing, Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona

Special Projects:

  • 1995- Here is the Southwestern Desert, Madeleine Dunphey, Author, Anne Coe, Illustrator. Hyperion Publishing, Web of Life Children's Books
  • 2012 Commission, Topo Magic: Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture Public Program, Terrazzo Floor, Phoenix Airport Museum Collection
  • 2003 Cover Art, Monkey Love: The Ancestress Hypothesis, Coe, K, Rutgers University
  • 2002 Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Advisory Board, Ansel Ansel Adams Exhibition.
  • 2002 Visionary of Excellence award from the IFDA International Furnishings and Design Association
  • 2001 Select Committee, Arizona Commission for the Arts, Governor's Awards
  • 2000 Arizona Art Educators Association, Art Advocate Award
  • 1999 Panel Member, National Conference on Peacemaking & Conflict Resolution, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1999 Solo Exhibition, Governor's Office, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1998 Recipient, Rockefeller Foundation Flow Fund Grant for Activism and Artistic Achievement in the Healing of our Environment
  • 1997 Juror, "Global Warning," Galeria Mesa, Mesa, Arizona
  • 1996 Interview, "Chronicling the Millennium," KJZZ, NPR affiliate, Laura Carlson, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1996 Roundtable Member, Art and Science, One World or Two: Evolutionary Biology and the Arts, Phoenix College, Phoenix, Arizon
  • 1996 Phoenix Art Museum Grand Opening, Miniature Golf Course Design
  • 1995 Panel Member, "Fine Arts Day II," Through the Looking Glass: Arts
    Through Our Eyes and the Community, Maricopa Community Colleges, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1995 Fall Arts Festival, Pro Bono Poster Image, Jackson Hole, Wyoming
  • 1995 Fourteen Illustrations for the Book, This is the Southwestern Desert, published by Hyperion Books for Children, Disney Publications
  • 1994 Juror, International Wildlife Film Festival, Missoula, Montana
  • 1994 Art supplied for "American Trickster," Nature, PBS
  • 1994 Inclusion in calendar, "Women Artists 1994," Cedco Publishing, San Rafael, California
  • 1993 Art supplied for " The Second Opening of the West, Ideas of Nature in Arizona," Arizona Humanities Council Conference, Prescott, Arizona
  • 1992 Defenders of Wildlife, Pro Bono Image, Wolf Reintroduction Campaign
  • 1992 Art supplied for USA Cable film, "Sunstroke"
  • 1992 Art supplied for film, "Beyond the Law"
  • 1991 Juror, "Valley Forward," Environmental Excellence Awards, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1991 Chairman of the Board, Apache Junction Arts Council, Apache Junction, Arizona
  • 1991 Phoenix Zoological Society, Pro Bono Poster Image for annual fundraiser, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1991 Inclusion in calendar "Art of the West," Cedco Publishing Co., San Rafael, California
  • 1991 Interview, "Real Life," Channel 12, KPNX, NBC affiliate, J. Jones Producer, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1990 Arizona Earth Day 1990 Celebration, Pro Bono Poster Image, Phoenix, AZ
  • 1990 Santa Fe Opera, Invitation image, Santa Fe, New Mexico
  • 1990 Wolf Symposium, Pro Bono Poster Image, Arizona State University. Tempe, Arizona
  • 1990 Interview, "Earth Day," Evening News, Channel 3 KTVK, ABC affiliate, S. Bodinet, Producer, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1990 Interview, "Operation Earth Arizona," Channel 8, KAET, PBS affiliate, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1988 Interview, "Into the Superstitions," Channel 12, KPNX, NBC affiliate, Phoenix, Arizona
  • 1988 Inclusion in calendar, "Contemporary Women Artists," Panz Corporation
  • 1987 Art supplied for television series, "The Highwayman"
  • 1987 Art supplied for film, "And God Created Woman," Roger Vadim, Director
  • 1976 Mural Design and Production, "A Star is Born," Warner Brothers Films

Video and Film:

  • 1980-85 Freelance video and film production
  • 1984 "Lost Generations," cable video broadcast
  • 1981 Phoenix Art Museum, Documentary for Louise Nevelson Exhibit
  • 1978 First Annual Experimental Film Festival (award), Arizona State University, Tempe, Arizona
  • 1976-80 Producer/Writer/Production Assistant, PBS KAET TV, Tempe, Arizona