Anne Bradham

Anne Bradham



 Anne J. Bradham grew up in the Washington DC area with exposure to art at an early age. Her father was an art dealer with their home covered floor to ceiling with fine art. She accompanied him on summer long cross country trips visiting museums with Frenchman Mr. Nat Leeb, who was a young protégé of an old Claude Monet. She also took classes in DC at the Corcoran School of Art (Corcoran Gallery) and The National Collection of American Art (Smithsonian). While a student at BYU, she traveled extensively throughout Europe on a semester abroad program with artist James C Christensen.  She earned a BFA degree in Printmaking but her true love has always been watercolors.

    While raising her 6 boys, she taught private art classes and painted on commission. Her work can be found in both public and private collections such as the late Senator Robert F Bennett, Franklin-Covey Co., Museum of History and Art, Utah Museum of Art, etc.

   In 2015, Anne was approached to paint the Atlanta Temple. Since then she has been asked to paint several more temples. She has traveled to each of the temples she has painted and has found the experience to be very spiritual. Anne has tried to convey that same spirit in the pictures she painted, hoping those who hang the paintings will feel that spirit and remember the love God has for them and the covenants they have made.

    Anne currently resides in Suwanee, GA with her husband. She has had 4 boys graduate from BYU with 2 more to go.