Anna Campbell Bliss, American artist & architect, Died at 90

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Anna Campbell Bliss born in Morristown, New Jersey in 1925, died on October 12, 2015.

She was the wife of Robert L. Bliss, he is an architect, former dean, and most recently, an upcoming designer from Salt Lake City, Utah.

Bliss is a nonrepresentational artist whose work is known for the fusion of color and geometry. Anna is also very interested in color perception.

Bliss earned a BA in art history from Wellesley College and an MA in architecture from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard.

She continued studies in color and light at MIT and computer studies at the University of Utah.

Mrs Bliss, juxtaposes complementary colors to create optical vibrations.

By limiting her designs to simple geometric shapes, she keeps the focus on the color effects.

Anna Campbell Bliss passed away on October 12, 2015.