In 2016, Jen Graves wrote, "Anne Gould Hauberg, the arts patron who knew how to crack a joke and command a room, and who also had one of those exquisite Matisse drawings facing her when she sat on her couch at home, died Monday at age 98. I liked her very much. She was no stuffy snob. She was a whip. She is already very missed." Hauberg co-founded the Pilchuck Glass School and was known for her incredible art collection—at this exhibit, see a selection of the works she amassed.