Annie Kammerer Butrus


Sublime Series

Sublime Dogwood V

Peach Tree Trail: Culp Series,
at UAB

2 Spring, Culp '07


Peach Tree Trail: Ongoing

Culp Drought Series I


Shadow (Winter, Fall, Summer)


Four Seasons


Fallen Fruit



Red & White

View of Ashford on the Glen

Parade of Homes

Crape Myrtle, Blue


Annie Kammerer Butrus is an artist who pursues work about our perception of the places we live. Her project involves documenting the changes in the landscape and the emotions evoked in response to that change. Mainly realized in painting, Kammerer Butrus's work has concentrated on the growth around the Birmingham-metro area where she resides.


1999 MFA, University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN
1993 BA in Art, cum laude, Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

Selected Exhibitions
2014 Alabama Now: ASCA Fellowship Recipients, Alabama Artist Gallery, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL
2013 Landscapes of the Mind, Thomas Deans Gallery, Atlanta, GA
The Art of Healing, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, AL
Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: 2013 Biennial, Troy Pike Cultural Arts Center, Troy, AL
2012 Children’s of Alabama Art Collection, Birmingham, AL
2011 Celebrating Contemporary Art in Alabama: The Biennial, Johnson Center of the Arts, Troy, AL
2010 Transitive Geographies: Contemporary Visions of an Evolving South, Georgia College, Milledgeville, GA, curated by Shannon Morris
Rebecca Randall Bryan Gallery, Coastal Carolina University, Conway, SC
Alabama School of Fine Arts’ Vulcan Materials Gallery, Birmingham, AL
2009 To Kill a Mockingbird: Awakening America's Conscience, The Birmingham Civil Rights Institute, Birmingham, AL
Peach Tree Trail, UAB, Birmingham, AL
Celebrating Contemporary Arts in Alabama, Johnson Center of the Arts, Troy, AL
2008 Energy in the 21st, 21st Street Studio, Birmingham, AL
New Work, Amanda Schedler Fine Art, Birmingham, AL
Visiting Artist Show, Samford University, Dothan, AL
New Work, Coleman/Schedler Fine Art, Fairfield, CT
What They're Doing Now: The Best 25 Years, MGAC, Birmingham, AL
2007 Landscape into Art, Maralyn Wilson, Birmingham, AL
2006 "Next Young Art Stars", Introductions '06, Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, GA
Alabama Masters: ASCA Fellowship Recipients 2005-2006, Peach Tree Trail: Summer, Wiregrass Museum of Art, Dothan, AL
Alabama Masters: ASCA Fellowship Recipients 2005-2006, Alabama Artist Gallery, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL
Made in Birmingham, Space 301, Mobile, AL
Peach Tree Trail, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
2005 Red Clay Survey, Huntsville Museum of Art, Huntsville, AL (catalog with reproduction)
Expressions of Place, Alabama Artist Gallery, Alabama State Council on the Arts, Montgomery, AL
2004 bama, Space One Eleven, Birmingham, AL(catalog with reproduction)
2003 Fallen Fruit, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
Spring Group Show, Maralyn Wilson Gallery, Birmingham, AL
2002 Urban Density Series, Space One Eleven Windows Project, Birmingham, AL
Density Series, Magic City Art Connection, Emerging Artist, Birmingham, AL.
National Prize Show, Cambridge Art Association, Cambridge, MA; Juror: Lisa Dennison, Chief Curator and Deputy Director, Guggenheim Museum, NY
15th McNeese Works on Paper Exhibition, Lake Charles, LA; Juror: Diane Barber, Visual Arts Director, Diverse Works, Houston, TX (catalog)
2001 Twenty-First Street Studios, Birmingham, AL; Juror: Toni Nordan
Parade of Homes, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
2000 Gastro-Aesthetics, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL
Alabama Veterans' Memorial, Birmingham, AL
Six Vignettes of Place, Barehands Gallery, Birmingham, AL
Space One Eleven Faculty Show, Birmingham, AL
Passage: Consuming Rituals II, Erdreich Architecture, Birmingham, AL
1999 Passage: Consuming Rituals I, Snite Museum, University of Notre Dame, IN
Center for Visual and Performing Arts, Munster, IN; Juror: James Yood
1998 Stateline Vicinity Show, Rockford Art Museum, Rockford, IL. Juror: Lynn Warren, Curator, Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
Women and Food Symposium, Boston University, Boston, MA
1997 Consuming Rituals, Isis Gallery, Notre Dame, IN, 1997

Awards Online Artist Registry, 2005
Individual Artist Fellowship, Alabama State Council on the Arts, 2004
Emerging Artist Award, Magic City Art Connection, Birmingham, AL, 2002
Best of Show Award, Artists' Choice, Rockford Art Museum Stateline Vicinity Show, 1998
Zahm Fellowship, University of Notre Dame, 1998

Children’s of Alabama Art Collection, Birmingham, AL
Southern Progress Corporation, Birmingham, AL
Collection of Former Duke University President Nannerl O. Keohane
Wellesley College, Rare Book Collection, Wellesley, MA
Birmingham Public Library, Oral History Archives, Change

Publications and Other Media
Scout Guide, Birmingham Edition, Volume 1.
The Scout Guide.
Nelson, James. Alabama Peach Trees Captured in All Their Seasonal Glory. The Birmingham News, 5/17/09 p.3G.
Courtney Barnes,
Nelson, James. Samford Selects. The Birmingham News, March 9, page 3F.
What They're Doing Now: The Best of 25 Years, MGAC, Birmingham, AL.
Karen Phillips Irons, Southern Accents, Travel Section: Birmingham, Sep/Oct 2007.
Alexa Stevenson, Connecticut Cottages and Gardens, October 2007.
Erika Alexia Tsoukanelis, Fairfield County Home, September 2007.
Brett Levine, Artist Profile, Birmingham Home and Garden, May/June 2007.
James R. Nelson, "Peach Tree Trail," Birmingham News, 2/19/06.
Jessica Dallow, Art Papers, March/April 2005.
Beth Venn, New American Paintings, Book #58, Southern Edition, Summer 2005.
Interviewed by Georgine Clark, Alabama State Council of the Arts Radio Series, aired 3/22/05.
"Expressions of Place," Alabama Arts, Volume XXI (cover).
Michael Huebner, "Five Birmingham Artists among 53 participating..." Birmingham News, 6/19/05.
James R. Nelson, "BAMA," Birmingham News, 11/21/04.
Julie Cole, Southern Accents, Southeast Section, Sep/Oct 2004.
Glenny Brock, "Becoming BAMA artists," Birmingham Weekly, 12/2/04.
Jane Longshore, Black and White, Exhibition Section, October, 2003; Reproduction, 2/04.
Joel Groover, Art and Antiques, Traveling Collector, October, 2003.
James R. Nelson, "Annie Kammerer Butrus...Recent Works", Birmingham News,10/19/03.
Ashley Starling, The UAB Kaleidoscope, Career Section, 7/2/02. Reproduction.
"On Show," Birmingham News, 11/4/01. Reproduction.
Ashley Starling, Birmingham Magazine, Canvas Section, November 2001. Reproduction.
Leigh Anne Monitor Birmingham Post-Herald, Best Bets Section, 4/26/02. Reproduction.
James R. Nelson, "Recent Works by...Annie Kammerer Butrus", Birmingham News. 6/18/00.
Interviewed by Susan Smith for National Public Radio, Northern Illinois, aired 8/14/98.


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