Anne Wright trained at Nottingham College of Art, followed by five years at the Royal Academy Schools. Whilst there she won the David Murray Landscape Scholarship twice and Silver & Bronze medals for life painting & portrait painting.
She has had 16 solo shows and shows in group shows such as the Royal Academy Summe Exhibition and the Paris Salon where she won the Medaille D’Argent.
As President of the Small Paintings Group and a member of the Chelsea Art Society, she exhibits annually with both. She has won the Agnes Reeve Award twice for a painting of London and in 1980 was made Straker Artist of the Year.
In 2010 she won the Horan Prize at the NEAC. In 2012 she was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists. She has travelled extensively and lived in Greece,Spain & Morocco and her landscapes bear evidence of this.
Her work is held in private collections around the world and in the Candie Museum in Guernsey.