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Anne Vandycke is a Belgium Contemporary Artist Painter and Graphic Designer born in Brussels and also French citizen living and working in New York.​

She has exhibited in several solo and group exhibitions in galleries and museums in the United States and France. Her artworks are in private collections in Belgium, France, Switzerland and the United States.  In March 2016, she was recognized with her paintings for being a National Association of Women Artists’ member (N.A.W.A.). 

In Graphic Design, she has done a poster for a Club which was published in the September Issue of France Amérique magazine. She did a branding for a start-up company from conceptualisation to implementation. She has also done many brochures, flyers to market her artist brand. 

She studied Art at Columbia University in an Advanced Intensive Painting Program, at the National Academy for two years in the Studio Art Intensive Program. Previously she enrolled in courses at the School of Visual Arts Continuing Education Program in Fine Arts in New York and at the ‘Atelier d’Arts Plastiques des Arts Décoratifs’ in Paris.

She studied Graphic Design at the Parsons/The New School (Graphic Design Certificate).

Before, she changed her career path for artistic activities in 2007, she got also Masters degrees in Business Administration and Consultancy at the Catholic University of Louvain-la-Neuve in Belgium (128th of World Top 500 Universities), at the Sorbonne University, IAE Paris and at Paris Dauphine University in France and began her professional life as a consultant in Organizations and Change Management. This first career has influenced her painting. 

In 2010, she published an illustrated detective novel (iIllustrated and written by herself) titled Macao Boites, in La Bruyère Editions which is a dark view about managerial shenanigans within two big entertainment companies.  She is Board Member of the Paris American Club. She is also member of the BELCHAM (Belgium Chamber of Commerce) and FACC (French American Chamber of Commerce).