Ann Mansolino is a visual artist whose work explores the relationship between the internal self and external ideas of place through photography, writing, and handmade books. She is interested in the ways in which landscape can help us understand ourselves – as metaphors for our internal experience, as well as expressions of our more literal relationship to nature and the larger world we inhabit.  

Ann currently lives in Calgary, Canada, where she is an Associate Professor of Photography at Alberta College of Art + Design. Originally from California, Ann has traveled widely and has taught photography in Oregon, California, Michigan, Ohio, and Singapore. She also spent a year teaching English in Russia.  Her photographic and book arts work has been exhibited in solo and group exhibitions in the United States, Canada, Guatemala, Slovenia, England, Northern Ireland, Japan, and Singapore.