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Annie Tull

mfa | leed ap | pdc | ryt

Annie Tull is a San Francisco-based visual artist working at the intersection of environmental activism, fiber installation, and oil painting. Her work considers themes of impermanence and memory as they relate to our connection to the world around us, and seeks to deepen humanity’s integration within the broader ecosystem. Through her hybrid practice, she explores the ways in which artist and nature can work together to co-create new mediums thereby advancing the dialogue around the importance of the human-nature connection in an increasingly digital world.

Tull received her MFA in Interior Architecture from The George Washington University and her BA in Visual Art Practice from the University of San Francisco. She is a USGBC LEED Accredited Professional with a Certificate in Permaculture Design. Her work has been exhibited at the Mangalam Center for Creative Inquiry in Berkeley, California; the Jules Maidoff Palazzo for the Visual Arts in Florence, Italy; and Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Art Center, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution located in Solomons, Maryland. Notable collectors of her work have included Amazon Studios, Rivian Automotive, and the Koenig Private Foundation. Her work has been supported by several grants and residency fellowships including the ArtFarm Collective in Galway, Ireland, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, New Mexico. She was recently named one of ‘20 Artists to Collect in 2020’ by London-based DESTIG Magazine.


Solo Exhibitions

2023 | Fluctuation/Conflagration, EmberStomp, Marin County Fairgrounds, San Rafael, Calif.
2023 | Auto-da-fé, The Luna Chapel/Couse-Sharp Historic Site, Taos, New Mexico          2019 | Personal Cathedrals, Hôtel Biron, San Francisco, California
2018 | Intersections, The Mill, San Francisco, California
2017 | Spectrum: The Art of Emotion, Naming Gallery, Oakland, California

Recent Selected Group Exhibitions

2023 | Adapting to Wildfire, Marin County Civic Gallery, San Rafael, California
2023 | Inner Landscapes, Blumenschein Museum, Taos, New Mexico                             2023 | Connections, Taos Center for the Arts, Taos, New Mexico
2023 | Visions of Self, Metta Gallery, Oakhurst, California
2022 | Arts + Culture in Ireland, ArtFarm Gallery, Newbridge, Galway, Ireland
2022 | At The Heart of It All, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Md.
2021 | Shine, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Maryland
2021 | Painterly, Las Laguna Art Gallery, Laguna Beach, California
2020 | An Overwhelming Experience: The Human-Earth Relationship, DAC Gallery, Miami Fl
2019 | The Hidden Heart of Freedom, Mangalam Research Center, Berkeley, California
2019 | Between Immensity and Eternity, Four Barrel Gallery, San Francisco, California
2019 | Toward The Light, Creative Framing Gallery, Oakland, California


2014 | MFA Interior Architecture + Design, George Washington University, Washington, DC
2011 | BA Visual Arts Practice, University of San Francisco, San Francisco, California

Notable Collections

2022 | Koenig Private Foundation, Solomons, Maryland
2021 | SoftBank Latin America Fund, Miami, Florida
2020 | Rivian Automotive, Irvine, California
2020 |, New York, New York
2020 | AmazonStudios, Culver City, California
2017 | Symbio Robotics, Emeryville, California
2017 | Enlisted Design, Oakland, California


2023 | Greywood Arts, Killeagh, Co. Cork, Ireland (scheduled)
2023 | Pond Farm Residency, Guerneville, California (invited)
2023 | The Helene Wurlitzer Foundation, Taos, New Mexico
2022 | ArtFarm Collective, Newbridge, Co. Galway, Ireland
2022 | Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Maryland

Presentations / Critiques / Artist Talks
2023 | Artist Talk, Auto-da-fé: Visions of a Landscape at Risk, The Luna Chapel at the Couse-Sharp Historic Site, Taos, New Mexico
2023 | Artist Talk, Anatomy of a Landscape: Annie Tull and Erin Oliver in Conversation, Blumenschein Museum, Taos, New Mexico
2023 | Artist Talk, Art + Music in Dialogue, Taos Center for the Arts, Taos, New Mexico
2022 | Workshop, Indigo Shibori, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, MD
2022 | Demonstration, Botanical Dyes + Art Supplies, Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center, Solomons, Maryland
2019 | Undergraduate Critiques, Shifting 2 + 3 Dimensions, California College of the Arts, Oakland, California
2018 | Undergraduate Critiques, Materiality and Space, California College of the Arts, Oakland, California

Articles / Reviews

2022 | Scott Power, How Rope Artist Annie Tull Discovered New Ways to Reinvent the Canvas, Not Real Art
2021 | Maria Elena Smith, Creator Spotlight: Annie Tull, Good Mess Creative

2020 | Mike Walters, 20 Artists to Collect in 2020: Artist Interview, DESTIG Magazine
2019 | Alan Bamburger, Best of ArtLaunch 2019, Art Business

2017 | Amyra Soriano, Staff Pick: ‘Spectrum: The Art of Emotion’ at Naming Gallery, East Bay Express

2017 | Eleanor Gibson, Colourful Strings Weave through Renovated Offices of Californian Design Agency, Dezeen


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