Ann Tarantino is an artist working across media to explore the relationship of the natural world to the built environment. Through drawing, painting, installation and site-specific public art, she engages viewers in a dialogue around the relationship of landscapes to time, space, culture, and movement. Her work has been exhibited widely in the United States and abroad, with public art installations appearing in settings ranging from museums and galleries to botanical gardens and city streets. A New England native, Tarantino spent her formative years near the ocean – a constant that continues to inform her experiences of the landscape and the form of her work. Movement through time and space have been ongoing fascinations as she has traveled back and forth between continents, living and working variously in Japan, Brazil, Europe, and the United States, with each landscape leaving a distinct imprint on her work.

Recent exhibitions and projects include major public commissions for New York City's Department of Transportation DOT Art program in collaboration with the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, and for the City of Ogden, Utah. Her work is in public and private collections worldwide. 

Twice featured in New American Painting, Tarantino was a 2016-17 recipient of a Fulbright Core Scholar Award for artistic practice in Brazil. She earned an honors degree in Visual Arts from Brown University and her Master of Fine Arts with a concentration in Painting from The Pennsylvania State University.