Featured Painting

Lake Pepin Disposition; acrylic, collected Lake Pepin water & sediment on canvas; 48" x 48"

To be exhibited at Waterlines at the Minnesota Marine Art Museum, Aug 31 - Jan 6, 2019


Stormwater Speaker Series

The Water's Many Voices: River Stories Told through Art and Science

Presentation by Anna Baker, Hydrologist & Annie Hejny, Artist

Wednesday, February 28, 7 PM

 Saint Mary’s University of Minnesota - Cascade Meadow

2900 - 19th Street NW, Rochester, MN


Annie Hejny is an abstract painter who works with honorably harvested water and sediment collected from local water sources. Anna Baker is hydrologist and geomorphologist who studies the ripple effects of human activity on the landscape, water quality, and ecosystem health of the Minnesota River Basin. Together, they will share their how their work has brought them into relationship with the water by listening to and learning the stories of the water.

The Stormwater Presents Speaker Series is a monthly program featuring topics related to stormwater management in the City of Rochester. This program is FREE of charge and no registration is needed. For more information contact: Stephanie with the Public Works Department by email (shatzenbihler@rochestermn.gov) or phone (328-2440).

Featured Exhibition

By the Waters

A solo exhibition, By the Waters showcases a variety of paintings created with water and sediment from St. Anthony Falls on the Mississippi River, Lake Superior in Duluth and the Root River in Lanesboro, MN. 

January 9 - March 4, 2018

The Woman's Club of Minneapolis

410 Oak Grove St, Minneapolis, MN 55403

At the opening reception of By the Waters, January 18, 2018

At the opening reception of By the Waters, January 18, 2018

Annie Hejny is an abstract acrylic artist who paints with honorably harvested earth and water. Follow her art endeavors on Instagram: