Anderson lives and works in New York. He recently exhibited at the National Arts Club and is part of The Drawing Center Artist Registry. He is a fellow of the Art in the Embassies Program and has been a featured artist at the Sundance Institute. He has exhibited at the Frist Center for Visual Art and Cheekwood Museum of Art. His work is in the collections of Vanderbilt University, Tigerman McCurry, and the Tennessee State Museum.He is a practicing architect,AIA. My work attempts to reconcile the idea that art exists best as both object and landscape; to strive for harmony between being a focal point and existing as texture; to depict things hovering in context, like a favorite song humming in the background, a discrete and powerful presence and still a favorite, as an Impressionist might paint it, blurred but still fully formed.