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Anne Patterson (artist) Wikipedia
Anne Patterson (born 1960) is an American designer, painter and sculptor based in Manhattan, New York. She has synesthesia, a neurological condition in which stimulation to one sensory pathway triggers involuntary stimulation to another sensory pathway. This mix of sensory experiences is reflected in her art.
Patterson was born in 1960. She studied architecture at Yale University and received a Master of Fine Arts in Theater Design from the Slade School of Fine Art in London.
Patterson's first work was as a set designer for Arena Stage in Washington D.C. and the Wilma Theater in Philadelphia. Following that she designed installations for various orchestras, including the San Francisco Symphony and Philadelphia Orchestra. In the year 2006 she received the Creative Capital Performing Arts Award.