Anna Fine Foer is an Annapolis-based artist whose work explores a variety of themes including technology, alternative energy, location, and natural or unnatural disasters.
After receiving her BFA in Fiber Arts from the Philadelphia College of Art in 1980, she emigrated to Israel and worked in textile conservation and got her Post Graduate Degree in textile conservation at Textile Conservation Center at Courtauld Institute in London.
She has since been an artist in residence at Vermont Studio Center and the Art Kibbutz Residency on Governor’s Island. Her work has been in exhibition spaces across the country including: Artscape at Towson University, Indianapolis Museum of Art, the Maryland Governor’s Mansion and the Israeli Embassy.
Her work is also in the permanent collection of the Haifa Museum of Art and the Beer-Sheva Biblical Museum and she was awarded a prize for the Encouragement of Young Artists for work exhibited in the Artist’s House in Jerusalem.
All images courtesy of the artist
Globally Sourced, 1999
Cubisme For Dummies, 2015
Spooky Action Is Real, 2016
Searching For Pokemon in Istanbul, 2016
Ben Franklin’s 3D Printer, 2017
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