Annie Lee-Zimerle is a drawer, a painter, and a printmaker. Interested in transferring her thoughts into tangible forms, she began to draw. Her current work is often narrative based and a reflection of her thoughts on domesticity and the mundaneness of culture. Lee-Zimerle has exhibited internationally. Her work can be found in many private collections both in the United States and abroad, including the permanent collections at the Washington Public Library in Chicago and the Joan Flasch Artists' Book Collection. She teaches courses in drawing and printmaking. She joined Cedarville University in 2013.
Favorite places to visit: Any new places where I can spend time with my family
Hobbies: When I am not making art or taking my kids to activities, I enjoy gardening.
Why Cedarville: Because I strongly believe our current and future society needs more Christ-centered artists.