Anna Goraczko lives and works in Miami, FL.
She uses found objects and material from her family’s archive to expand upon themes of place, memory, and spirituality. She uses cyanotypes and printmaking to document a visual association between physical objects and the visual memory that might distort or abstract them.
Revisiting her background in painting, she also continuously expands upon her body of work in geometric abstraction.
Anna earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in 2020 at Florida International University, as well as a BFA in 2008. She received a certificate in Drawing and Painting from The New
School in New York City. She was awarded the Betty Laird Perry Purchase Award from The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum.
Her work has been exhibited across South Florida, New York, and Chicago in various solo, duo, and group shows.