Anne Oldach emerges from the rich heritage of representational art in the Delaware Valley creating work grounded in her reverence for nature. Whether modeling, carving, working three dimensionally or in combined mixed media and found objects, the goals remain the same, to capture felt realities and reflections of the natural world.
Anne earned BFA and MFA degrees in Sculpture from the University of Pennsylvania with additional training through work with Charles Parks and Angelo Frudakis. She was awarded the Josef Albers Scholarship to Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture and has participated in annual workshops at Haystack Mountain School of Craft.
The sculptures of Anne Oldach rise from imagery born of memory and the solitude, tranquility and introspection of mind. With skills from experience and the appropriate materials, Oldach gently brings her chosen images into our three-dimensional world.
Maurice Lowe, Prof. emeritus