About Anna

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Anna Muccioli is reconiged in the art community as an artist of individuality and perception who sees everything around her as a possible medium of creative expression.  She uses oils, charcoals, pen and ink, acrylics, watercolors, mixed media, clay and bronze to bring her images to life.

Anna ia a nationally acclaimed artist, having won awards at Ford Motor Company Exhibition, the Oakland Community College, the Art ‘N’ Apples Festival, the Detroit-Windsor International Freedom Festival, the Michigan Watercolor Society, and the Scarab Club to name only a few.

 

Anna, an alumni from Center for Creative Studies, was an extraordinary pioneer for women way before her time. She’s a nationally acclaimed artist having won numerous awards. Eventually, she purchased and renovated her own art gallery, Muccioli Studio Gallery. Anna and her husband, Joseph, worked diligently to have the building declared a historic landmark in downtown Detroit. Anna’s worldwide travels have been the inspirational source expressed in her paintings and sculptures. She is also credited as the woman who suggested to Henry Ford II to resize the 1974 Mustang to its original size, hence, becoming known as the “Godmother of the Mustang.” Anna’s talents and Italian heritage spilled over into her kitchen on Sundays and Holidays preparing and sharing delectable food for her family, leaving a lasting impression, as a best-loved cook.