Annarie Hildebrand is based in Sydney and has training in printmaking and ceramics. Her work reference architectural forms, and Dutch masters, as well as vessel forms challenging the traditional shape of objects.

Working with porcelain slip gives her the tools to merge ideas and materials and create both sculptural and functional pieces. For Hildebrand, the making process starts with only a vague idea of a geometric shape, followed by a subconscious process of controlling and letting go. This allows the plaster moulds and slip to make its own marks and create unique pieces.