Anne Peretz's subject is landscape. She has painted mostly on Cape Cod where her images are sometimes rough and sometimes calm - seductively calm. The discipline of Peretz’s brush is what her eyes see… filtered through what she imagines beyond. She goes back from time to time to the same spots, but on the canvas they appear different. The variety represents the painter’s sensibility which is constant and her mood which is certainly not. Peretz paints large canvases of Cape dunes as well as intimate works. The paintings are hanging in many distinguished and distinctive private collections, as well as many public collections, among them: The Metropolitan Museum of Art; The Bard College Museum; The Jewish Museum; The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University; The Israel Museum, The Provincetown Art Association.