Annette Gaspers is an artist who works primarily in sculptural installations and prints. She is a recent 2006 MFA graduate from Ohio University in Athens and completed her BFA in 2002 at the University of South Dakota.
Annette’s work has been shown in a variety of juried and invitational shows both nationally and internationally, including the Nutford House at the University of London, England, the Woman Made Gallery, Chicago, the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, Coshocton, OH and the Greer Museum, Rio Grande, OH. Her work is owned by both public and private collections including the Racine Art Museum Racine, WI and the Universidad Autonoma de Puebla Puebla, Mexico.
Annette has been the recipient of several travel grants, scholarships, and assistantships that have allowed her to further her professional career by attending lectures, workshops and study abroad programs. In 2006, she was awarded an assistantship on a Design and Art in Mexico, study abroad program where she had the opportunity to work with Mexican artists and designers. Annette is a member of both MAPC and SGC, which are both nationally recognized professional printmaking organizations.
Currently, Annette is an adjunct instructor in foundations at the University of Rio Grande and Ohio University. She also is a member and manager of the Majestic Galleries, a cooperative style gallery in Ohio. As manager of the gallery she is organizing the galleries’ National Juried Exhibition and directs the student internship program.