Anne Mondro received her BFA at College for Creative Studies in Detroit, and completed her MFA at Kent State University before moving to Ann Arbor, Michigan, to pursue a career as an artist and professor at University of Michigan.
Her work explores the physical and emotional complexity of the human body. Integrating traditional craft, fine art, and digital technology, she creates images and sculptures that investigate humanity.
Mondro has shown her creative work in several national exhibitions including The Edges of Grace: Provocative, Uncommon Craft at the Fuller Craft Museum and Life Insight: The Human Experience at the Kentucky Museum of Art & Craft. Currently her work is on display at Love Lace: International Lace Exhibition in Sydney, Australia.
Her work has been shown in solo exhibitions at the Urban Institute of Contemporary Art, ARC Gallery in Chicago,the International Museum of Surgical Science, PIU Gallery in São Paulo, and Ceres Gallery in NYC.
In addition to her studio practice, Mondro has provided numerous artist lectures and workshops. These have included presentations at the Fashion Imaging Department at Ming Dao University in Taiwan, the Society for the Arts in Healthcare 16th Annual Conference, and Kendall College of Art & Design.