Anne Royer, Artist
My work focuses on color and composition, and encompasses a broad range of subject matter. I am most enthusiastic about music, the synergy between musicians and artists, and creating paintings live during music events. My most recent work is something new, something I "needed" to do, bringing together my work with surfaces and materials to create non-representational images corresponding to the ancient ideas about human temperaments put forth by Hippocrates.

I am privileged to be in McKinney during this surge in growth of its arts and culture. I'm particularly pleased to be a part of the Arts and Music Guild, the McKinney Art Studio Tour, and the Art Club of McKinney. If you would like to see more of my work, I welcome visitors to my studio; or look for my work at Orisons Fine Art and Framing on the Square (McKinney) and the Gallery at Midtown (Dallas).


Anne holds a fine arts degree from Austin College and three Master's Degrees from Yale University: Religion and Visual Arts, East Asian Studies and the History of Art. She currently teaches art history at the Heard-Craig Center for the Arts, SAIL (Collin College), and fine art in her studio and at the McKinney Art House.