Annika Earley makes multidisciplinary work about transformation, in-between states, and the experience of being a woman. Earley‘s studio practice revolves around printmaking, drawing, textile work, and sound installation. She often uses German folk and fairytales as reference points in her work.

She graduated from the New Hampshire Institute of Art with a BFA in Painting and Drawing in 2012 and continued to receive her M. Phil of Human Ecology from the College of the Atlantic in Bar Harbor, Maine in 2014 and her MFA from the Maine College of Art & Design in 2016. Her work was most recently exhibited at Interlock in Rockland, Maine, and the Portland Public Library in Portland, Maine. She was recently an artist in residence at Monson Artist Residency and the Ellis-Beauregard Foundation. In addition to teaching, she also co-directs Able Baker Contemporary in Portland, Maine.