Annika Earley MFA ’16
Annika Earley makes intimate graphite drawings about transformation, in-between states, and the experience of being a woman. She uses German folktales as reference points in her work and addresses contemporary feminist issues and bodily autonomy. In addition to her drawing practice, Earley also makes prints and creates site-specific audio installations. She has taught printmaking, painting, and foundations courses at Maine College of Art and Design and is the former Co-Director of Able Baker Contemporary in Portland, Maine. In addition to her studio practice, she is also the Managing Director of SPEEDWELL projects, an artist-run gallery in Portland, Maine.