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Annabelle Verhoye


Born in Germany and raised in France, Verhoye ultimately moved to Manhattan where she received her MFA degree from the School of Visual Arts. Her work has won numerous awards and has been included in exhibitions around the world, as, for example, those organized by Opera Gallery in New York, Hong Kong and Paris, the DAS Gallery in Sydney, The Tribeca Arts Club New York, The Society of Illustrators in New York and La Samaritaine in Paris, in addition to other venues.
2008 “Painted Violins… Strings Attached,” Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra Association
benefit for Symphony Kids, Fort Worth, Texas

“Wild Things,” benefit for Friends of The Earth, Melbourne, Australia
“30th Guild of Artists,” Ridgefield Guild of Artists, Ridgefield, CT
“Caras Fugates Na Noite,” Opera Gallery, New York
“Stevan Dohanos Award Exhibition,” Society of Illustrators, New York


“Annabelle Jasmin Verhoye,” Opera Gallery, New York
“Young Blood,” Opera Gallery, New York
“Curvy 3,” DAS Gallery, Sydney, Australia


“Goddesses,” Opera Gallery, New York
“Tear Sheet,” MFA Illustration as Visual Essay, School of Visual Arts, Korea
“Bonny Doon Vineyard,” New York


“Annabelle J. Verhoye” (Solo), BMW of Manhattan, New York


“On a croqué la Samaritaine,” Samaritaine, Paris
“Art < > Fashion,” R2 Gallery, New York

2002 “Jolie/Laide” (Solo), Thomas Werner Gallery, New York
“The Magazine Rack,” MFA Illustration as Visual Essay, School of Visual Arts, New York
“The Hand Press,” MFA Illustration as Visual Essay, School of Visual Arts, New York

“Society of Publication Designers: Spot Award,” Society of Illustrators, New York
“Annabelle J. Verhoye,” Catherine Malandrino, New York


“MFA Illustration as Visual Essay,” School of Visual Arts, The Tribeca Art Club, New York


“Printmaking,” School of Visual Arts, Visual Arts Gallery, New York

2007 All Rights Reserved, The Age of Feminine Drawing, Ginko Press, Corte Madera, CA

“Indepth Art News: Annabelle Jasmin Verhoye,” World Wide Art News, absolutearts.com
“Annabelle Jasmin Verhoye,” Electronic Daily Art News, mondomedeusah.com
Emma Carlson, “Travel Edition: New York: For: Annabelle Verhoye,” Displaced, emmacarlson.com
Zolton Zavos, “Go or Go Ahead,” Lost at E Minor, lostateminor.com, Australia
“Annabelle J. Verhoye,” Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine, San Francisco, CA
Dave Gil de Rubio, “Singing in the Praises of the Old and New,” Fine Art, New York
Zolton Zavos, “Annabelle Verhoye,” Lost at E Minor, lostateminor.com, Australia
“Red Orchids—Paintings by Annabelle Jasmin Verhoye,” 180 Magazine, Canada
“Annabelle Verhoye = 1 Super Artista,” Santa Mistura, santamisturadesign.blogspot.com
Semi-Permanent 06, Semi-Permanent/YEN magazine, Leichhardt, Australia


“Village Dreamer,” Map Magazine, Issue 3, Australia
“Inside the Grid,—Paintings by Annabelle J. Verhoye” 180 Magazine, Canada
“Blue Orchids,” Daily Candy Weekend Guide, New York, dailycandy.com
Semi-Permanent 05, Semi-Permanent/YEN magazine, Leichhardt, Australia
“Interview with Annabelle Verhoye,” Black + White Magazine, Australia
“Amazons,” 3rd Floor Magazine, Baltimore, MD


Promotional Film, “MFA Program starring Annabelle Verhoye,” School of Visual Arts, New York

2003 “On a Croqué la Samaritaine,” Artist Review, Vogue, vogue.com

“Graduate MFA Illustration as Visual Essay,” School of Visual Arts, New York
“Broad Minded—Jolie/Laide,” Daily Candy, dailycandy.com
“Broad Minded—Daily Candy,” The New York Sun, New York


Annabelle Verhoye