| 23 December 2015|
| September 21, 1947Burgdorf, Switzerland|
Annemarie Buchmann-Gerber (September 21, 1947 – December 23, 2015) was a Canadian artist known for her work with textiles and fiber materials. The subject matter of her work is based in feminism and contemporary issues.
Annemarie Buchmann-Gerber Wikipedia
Annemarie Buchnmann-Gerber had a five-year teaching certificate from Berne. Buchmann-Gerber took drawing and painting classes with George Glenn in Prince Albert. Afterward she completed a Bachelor of Fine Arts at the University of Saskatchewan.
Annemarie Buchmann-Gerber began her art career after meeting Margaret VanWalsem at the annual Winter Festival Exhibition in Prince Albert, Saskatchewan and George Glenn, who was the artist in residence in Prince Albert at the time. Buchmann-Gerber cited that George Glen was influential in her development. Buchmann-Garber's early work focused specifically on textiles and in particular on weaving and stitching to create tapestries. Buchmann-Gerber was one of the founding members of The Saskatchewan Craft Council. She was a board member for The Mendel Art Gallery and The Saskatchewan Craft Council.