Lemnitzer's visual practice is grounded in playful exploration, fluidity of meaning, and multifaceted layers of the human experience. Her art making is both a mirror and framework in the cultivation of imagination, understanding, and ability. Each series is specific in its creation. Lemnitzer's process intertwines digital and traditional studio approaches and materiality.
She has presented, exhibited, and collaborated with such locals as National Wet Paint, CICA in Korea, Teachers College, Columbia University, and pivoted to virtual beginning summer of 2020 with various collaborations with institutions such as the Andy Warhol Museum. She was the director for the Interdisciplinary Arts Major, Art Program at the University of Pittsburgh at Bradford where she taught both digital and studio courses. Lemnitzer was awarded the Chairs Award for Excellence in Teaching in 2019.
Anna K. Lemnitzer earned an MFA in Art from The University of Montana, School of Art in 2012, and a BFA in Art Education emphasis Sculpture from The University of Arizona, School of Art in 2005. She is currently an assistant professor of art and design at West Texas A&M University where she teaches primarily in foundations and digital art.