Anne Queeney McKeown is an artist whose practice includes painting, printmaking and handmade paper. McKeown has traveled to and worked in Ireland, Japan, Korea, Cuba and South Africa. Her work has been shown in Kyoto, Tokyo, Yamakawa, Kami Gori, in Japan; in Tidaholm, Sweden, Holguin, Cuba and in Toronto, Canada. She has worked with artists at the Artist Proof Studio and Phumani Paper in Johannesburg, South Africa. McKeown has been involved as a panelist, including an interview with Richard Tuttle at the New York Editions and Artist Book Fair 2008, she has juried exhibitions, including the 2007 Philagrafika Invitational Portfolio, and has presented her work as a visiting artist at Universities, including the University of Johannesburg, South Africa. McKeown holds her B.S. in Studio Art, 1992 from Skidmore College and her MFA from Yale University School of Art in 1995. Over the last five years her work has been shown at the SOHO20 CHELSEA Gallery New York where she is a Fellowship member. She has shown at the Hall of Awa in Yamakawa, JARFO Gallery in Kyoto, at Rupert Ravens Contemporary and Gallery Aferro in Newark, NJ, at the Noyes Museum in Oceanville, NJ and the Hogar Collection Gallery in Brooklyn, 222 Shelby Street in Santa Fe among others.