Anne has exhibited her art in both individual and group shows starting in the 1980s. While her corporate career limited the opportunity for full-time studio work, she pursued continuing studies at the Ontario College of Art and Design from 1977-1996 while completing BSc., M.Ed., and Ph.D. at the University of Toronto.
She continues pursuing her artistic development by participating in workshops with Kathleen Conover, Antonio Masi, Brian Ateyo, Christopher Shenk, Carole Barnes, Alvaro Castagnet and others.
In the mid 1990s, Anne directed the Bridgewater School of Art , a revival of the Schneider School in Actinolite in Ontario. She holds a strong belief in the importance of unleashing the creative potential in others.
In 1994, she was elected into the Arts and Letters Club.
As an active participant in the Toronto Estonian Community, she held the position of President of the Estonian House Art Committee (1991-2001) organizing group shows, workshops and managing the permanent collection. At Tartu College, she headed the Art Committee, of the culture program 2006-2008.
She has continued to keep her art practice a central part of her life through building an ongoing body of work. Over 200 pieces of her works are now in private collections in Canada, U.S. and Europe.
International Society of Experimental Artists Nielsen Park Creative Centre, Board Member Etobicoke Art Group Toronto Estonian Society of Artists,