Annie Tull

Annie Tull (b. 1990, Wilmington, Delaware) is a multidisciplinary artist currently based in Oakland, California. Best known for her serene oil-and-string paintings on canvas as well as impossibly ethereal rope installations, Tull’s work is distinguished by a unique aesthetic sensibility that transcends any one medium and speaks to a diverse range of subject matters. Often exploring themes of female identity, mental health and environmentalism through the lens of literature, folklore and spiritual practice, Tull's work is characterized by a meticulous attention to structure and concept, offering viewers a captivating journey through the crossroads of her diverse influences.

The featured series “Intersections" harmoniously melds her architectural background with her acute attunement to the natural world. Through a soft modernist aesthetic, this collection captures the subtle experience of shifting light while delving into the innermost workings of the human spirit. Indeed, Tull’s career has been characterized by a profound commitment to exploring the relationship between physical and emotional landscapes, inviting viewers to contemplate the interconnectedness of the self and the environment.

Annie Tull's artistic journey has been punctuated by notable exhibitions, collections, and participations around the world. In 2023, her work was featured at the Boutique Design trade conference in New York City and Ireland's National Night of Culture, where she composed a multimedia retelling of the story of Ophelia through the seamless integration of textile, poetry, music, and film. Her site-specific installations have been commissioned by AmazonStudios, Twitch, Rivian Automotive, and SoftBank Global, as well as Oakland's own Enlisted Design. She has been supported by several grants and residency fellowships including Greywood Arts Centre in Cork, Ireland, and the Helene Wurlitzer Foundation in Taos, New Mexico, and was recently named one of ‘20 Artists to Collect in 2020’ by London-based DESTIG Magazine. Her contributions to events like the EmberStomp Wildfire Prevention Festival in Marin County, California, further highlight her commitment to using art as a catalyst for social and environmental change. More of her ever-expanding portfolio of projects may be viewed at

Studio space is on the second floor of a Victorian home. There are stairs to enter the building, and stairs to reach the studio.

Location and Contact Information

Participating Weekends
Artwork Price Range
$50 - $5000
Studio or Exhibition Space Address
211 Santa Clara Avenue, Oakland, CA, USA
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Languages Spoken
English, French
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