ABOUT JESUS MARY ANNE JOSEPH
Jesus Mary Anne Joseph is the work of Seattle-based visual artist and curator Mary Anne Carter who boasts both professional and sexual ties to the poetry community. Although she is best known wearing a shit ton of capes, her recent collection of screen printed broadsides was praised by The Stranger for enlivening an “old-timey form with humor, typographic wildness, and a deep understanding of poetic structures.”
Humor, wildness, and structure define both Carter’s character and body of work, which includes printmaking, fashion design, textile design, and performance.
Her work has appeared on the covers of several publications including No, Dear Magazine’s Popular Issue, Enough by Chris Martin, Sakra Boccata by José Antonio Mazzotti, and Ugly Duckling Presse’s 6x6 Issue 21.
In the Spring of 2025, she cofounded Seattle’s oldest art space, lifestyle blog, and lifestyle, Fashion Hot Dog 225. She is primarily self-taught and self-determined, but holds a few boring degrees and qualifications in art history, journalism, and literature from a decent institution.