Annie Kammerer Butrus

Annie Butrus’ (b. Evanston, Illinois) artistic practice concentrates on the intersection of science, landscape, and memory. Butrus focuses on how the impact of nature, emotions, and mapping shape our idea of place and belonging, and how to document change and time. She is an award-winning artist with an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from the University of Notre Dame and a BA from Wellesley College. Museums and galleries across the United States exhibit her work. Many important public and private collections, such as the Children’s Hospital of Alabama, MD Anderson Cancer Center, and the Wellesley College Rare Book Arts Collection, hold her work. Butrus lives and works in Birmingham, Alabama, where she conducts her Color Response Community Art Project.

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