Anna B. McCoy’s paintings present a unique and subtle view of the everyday. Her still life pieces capture beautifully rendered objects and the moment they live within. She works in oil as well as pastels.
McCoy is the daughter of noted painter John McCoy and Ann Wyeth McCoy, and the granddaughter of N.C. Wyeth. She studied painting and drawing with her aunt, Carolyn Wyeth, and later at Bennett College in Millbrook. Anna B. has quietly established her own reputation in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maine, where her subjects tend to be personal, introspective and exquisitely evocative of time passing.