Fleeting Moments, caught with Exceptional Grace

Written by on January 11, 2011 in NYC Wedding Pros - No comments

Anne Watkins is an artist who works from life, using a watercolor kit instead of a camera. Anne paints her subjects quickly and precisely, recording them without fuss or formal poses, capturing moments of their daily lives, whether the days are momentous or typical.

Anne’s elegantly modern portraits of wedding parties, children, animals, musicians, and homes are both privately collected and published. A regular contributor to The New York Times, the Bark, and Harpers, her paintings of weddings have been featured in Town and Country, In Style, Victoria and Departures magazines. She is one of the wedding specialists profiled inModern Bride and Martha Stewart Weddings magazines and The New American Wedding, by Diane Delaney Meier.

Anne Watkins, watercolors

Her work is so abstract you can never tell if a couple is beautiful, 
but you can tell they feel beautiful.” — 
Lois Smith Brady, The New York Times

About the Author

As a professional ceremony officiants I believe in the power and effectiveness of ceremony and ritual to serve basic needs, both of society and you as an individual. In close collaboration with you and your loved ones, I love to create and perform personalized ceremonies that reflect your beliefs, your philosophy of life, and your personality.

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