Anne Packard

Anne Packard’s grandfather, Max Bohm, was a leading turn of the century impressionist painter who in 1916 came to Provincetown with many European and American artists. Her grandmother, great-aunt, uncle, and mother were also respected painters. The painting tradition runs strong in her family and continues with her children. Born and raised in Hyde Park, New Jersey, Anne spent summers as a child in Provincetown. She moved there year-round in 1977 after raising five children. A self-taught artist, initially her art was worked on wood panels and weathered shingles. She studied with the late Phil Malcoat. Anne has painted the Outer Cape, Ireland, Italy, Greece, and Mexico for over thirty years.