Anna Luth grew up in a creative household in Alberta. As a child, she was drawn to the unconventional— she spent hours painting rocks, carving hand soap, and writing nonsensical songs. Her artistic journey is shaped by these early moments of inspiration. Anna Luth moved to Vancouver in January 2018 and is in the third year of her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree at Emily Carr University of Art + Design.
Using a range of materials including painting and sculpture, Anna's artwork often includes the decontextualization of recognizable objects. Conceptually, Anna explores our understanding of value, both in the physical and intangible sense.
Anna was the recipient of the 2017 Queen's Golden Jubilee Scholarship for Visual Arts, has had the privilege of contributing artwork to several group and solo exhibitions. It is Anna's intention to have a career in the arts and culture sector. She spent this summer working as the Gallery Assistant at the Port Moody Arts Centre, learning about arts administration and curation. This experience has affirmed Anna's passion for community engagement within the arts.