(Image: Anette Lusher, Interception, 2013, Acrylic on Canvas, 22 X 28 X 1 Inches; © Anette Lusher)
Anette Lusher (b. 1950, Hannover, Germany)
A native of Germany, Anette Lusher began her artistic career in Neustadt, Black Forest, where she studied under Wolfgang Vogel until graduation, and received her degree from the Academic Institute of Freiburg in Art/Photography. In addition, she attended extensive studies and workshops in: Fiber Art/Textile, Clay, Paper Making, Felting, Small Sculpture, and Arts in Education. Anette was awarded many grants to work as Artist in Residency, teaching school children, holding workshops at community colleges, and as Community Artist, where she designed and oversaw the work of 3 public murals in Kentucky.
Lusher is the recipient of national and international awards and honors, among them the distinguished Jackson Purchase Award, KY. Accolades include: Photography, Mixed - Media, Painting and Sculpture. In 1996, she was selected to be among the “50 Most Achieved Contemporary Artists from KY and Surrounding States”. Previously shown at different galleries, as in CoCA’s “Resident Alien”, either in part or in its entirety, “Meaningful Numbers”, a wall piece consisting of 13 different sized paintings, is now on permanent display in the Library at Highline Community College, Des Moines, WA.
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