To be notified of new artwork, sign up for my newsletter!
Vineyard Quail by Ann Nunziata
Great Blue Fisherman by Ann Nunziata
Quail Strut by Ann Nunziata
Western Bluebird by Ann Nunziata
California Quail II by Ann Nunziata
Red-shouldered Hawk by Ann Nunziata
Black-headed Grosbeak II by Ann Nunziata
Great Blue Heron II by Ann Nunziata
Bald Eagle by Ann Nunziata
Resting Anna's Hummingbird by Ann Nunziata
White-breasted Nuthatch by Ann Nunziata
Anna's Hummingbird by Ann Nunziata
Barnyard Rooster by Ann Nunziata
Acorn Woodpecker by Ann Nunziata
Acorn Woodpecker Fledgling by Ann Nunziata
First Clarinet by Ann Nunziata
Neighborhood Watch by Ann Nunziata
Civic Duty by Ann Nunziata
Golden Gate Bridge by Ann Nunziata
Waiting For Supper by Ann Nunziata
Napa Valley Balloon II by Ann Nunziata
Coombsville Vineyard by Ann Nunziata
Red Gate at Sunrise by Ann Nunziata
Harvest Morning by Ann Nunziata
Displaying: 1 - 24 of 28
About Ann Nunziata
I am a child of the west coast of America. As a proud Californian, I embrace the diversity of our climate and our people. As a community, we have a strong attachment to the land and culture of our home.
Formally trained as an electrical engineer, I believe in science. I believe in Climate Change because I have experienced it first hand. My community has been subject to increasing temperatures, extended droughts, and severe fire danger.
In these troubled times, I try to create heartwarming images that help people feel relaxed and at ease. I hope you can feel the warmth and affection that I feel for my subjects . My artwork frequently focuses on bringing vanishing wildlife and places to the awareness of others. I hope you will be inspired to contribute to conservation efforts. At the very least, your purchases help me donate annually to community resources including Napa-Solano Audubon, Marine Mammal Center, Monterey Bay Aquarium and Napa Wildlife Rescue.
I am a self-taught artist. Spare time was hard to come by as an engineer, but I spent all that I had outdoors. A tennis injury became my opportunity to pursue art formally. I became a watercolor artist because I love the way color flows and mingles transparently on the paper. The color takes my breath away. I tried many other mediums, but for me, nothing matches the flow of watercolor.
I am currently studying with Birgit O'Connor and Rick Surowicz in addition to workshops with Michael Reardon and Pamela Harnois.