About Annie Lieber
Annie Lieber is student continuing her studies at Rutgers University. She has shown both in Massachusetts and New York. Lieber also has a degree in creative writing from Oberlin College. Liebers work in wire sculpture is inspired by people. Her work focuses “on the complexities of people, the faces we put on in order to face the world, and the vulnerabilities that we try-sometimes fruitlessly- to keep hidden beneath the surface.” Annie uses a web of colorful wire to make human forms. The various colors of wire utilized in a seemingly haphazard way come together to form the human figure, just like various elements of our own personalities, and the various fronts we present to people come together to form us as individuals.
Rutgers University New Brunswick, NJ 2017-Present Continuing Studies
Oberlin College 2010 B.A. in Creative Writing
Schenley High School 2006 International Baccalaureate Diploma
I have always been inspired by people, and I feel at peace when I am using wire as a medium. My work focuses on the complexities of people, the faces we put on in order to face the world, and the vulnerabilities that we try——sometimes fruitlessly——to keep hidden beneath the surface.
Artist Personal Website: www.annielieber.com